horses

21576 Crin-Blanc (White Mane) Lamourisse/Colomb de Daunant. glassine wrap

Crin-Blanc. (White Mane)

Large, beautiful photos of wild horses, a wild boy, and the Camargue. There is something nostalgic about seeing the horse and boy galloping along the shore as seen through the veil of the glassine wrap. Quite a treasure if you love this film.

$110.00

 

21510 Horses of Long Ago. Ipcar

Horses of Long Ago.

Stylish pictures of horses through the ages in blues, browns, and black. An interesting text. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.

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$16.00

 

Merry Legs the Story of a Gee-Gee.

Altogether, a darling little book.

$75.00

 

The Lonely One.

Bill, orphaned early, goes from Wellington to Wairarapa or the Wydrup, a rough ranching community in the foothills, and makes his way on his own through his persistence and his horsemanship. Vivid scenery and horses.

$10.00

 

Blaze and the Gray Spotted Pony.

The first printing of the first edition with the nice original jacket, not a modern copy. Tommy has always wanted a real pony, and Billy and Blaze help find one for his birthday. Note: This Book Has Been SOLD.

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$26.00

 

Blaze Finds Forgotten Roads.

Billy and Tommy decide to take each right turn in the woods and see what they and their horses can discover. After a day of exploration, they are lost, but Blaze knows the way home! Beautiful illustrations and just enough adventure for a small child.

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$32.00

 

Sunset for Red Elk.

Based on the author's own experiences and friendships as a boy on a Montana horse ranch in the early 1900's.
This Book has been SOLD.

$8.00

 

The Champion of Olympia.

Donar, a Galatian prince, who is shipwrecked, captured by a merchant vessel, sold as a slave in Corinth, and finally becomes a chariot driver in the Olympics, although that is forbidden to a slave. A rough world.

$5.00

 

The Horse Who Had His Picture in the Paper.McGinley,/Helen Stone, ill Lippincott

The Horse Who Had His Picture in the Paper.

When Brownie, the fancy NY police horse who has had his picture in the paper, moves into the stall next to Joey's, Joey begins to wish for fame. If Joey could have his picture in the paper, his owner could afford new shoes for his six children. After a string of funny adventures, he achieves his heart's desire. Lively, stylish, though not particularly equestrian, drawings illustrate this sweet tale. A new story about Joey, "The Horse Who Lived Upstairs" by the same author/artist team.

$58.00

 

Black, Bay, and Chestnut by C. W. Anderson.

Black, Bay, and Chestnut.

We didn't have the heart to discard a C. W. Anderson!  Short essays profiling "twenty favorite horses, beautifully rendered." Note: This book has been sold.

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$8.00

 

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