Author:Talbot-Ponsonby, J.A


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Harmony in Horsemanship

By: Talbot-Ponsonby, J.A.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, A. S. Barnes and Co. Inc: 1964

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 219

Condition: Near Fine

VG 1st edition hardcover in green cloth covered boards with bumped and barely brushed tips, faint sunning on lower board edges. Price clipped color photo dj shows surface wear and few small closed tears, displays well in new mylar. Intended to provide a complete course for both horse and rider in the art of show jumping. Talbot-Ponsonby has been a member of the British Olympic jumping team and also trained the Olympic gold medal team of 1952. Author first describes his own riding background then looks into the history of show jumping and the situation of the sport today (as of 1964) with re... View more info

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The Horseman's Bedside Book

By: Talbot-Ponsonby, J.A.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: London, B. T. Batsford, Ltd.: 1964

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 28758

Condition: Near Fine

Near fine first edition hard cover in very good dust wrapper in new mylar showing light sunning along backstrip, bit of rubbing at tips. 224 pp text clean w/name on fep. Britain's leading riding instructor has edited this compilation of 16 light-hearted essays which have been contributed by a team outstanding equestrian writers. Their most readable, yet frequently helpful articles are backed up by a brilliant collection of photographic illustrations. Contents Include: From Point-to-Point by Michael Williams/ Riding For the Million by Lieut.-Colonel C.E.G. Hope/ The Romance of Show Jumpin... View more info

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The Art of Show Jumping

By: Talbot-Ponsonby, J.A., Lt. Col.; Foreword By Lt.-Col. M.P. Ansell

Price: $7.00

Publisher: NY, A.S. Barnes & Co.: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 45819

Condition: Near Fine

Lovely 1st edition in dove grey cloth covered boards with red titles on spine. Bit of wrinkling to cloth at edges of frt board only. Tips sharp, not rubbed. Text tight and bright w/dj flaps and 4 photos pasted onto frt pastedn. No names. 100 pp of text profusely illust with b/w photos. Professionally reproduced unclipped pictorial dj shows moderate/heavy surface wear and color loss from storage but all text and four photos are legible, still displays well in new mylar. "Perfection should be the goal for which every rider strives relentlessly. " says T-P. When two or three riders a... View more info