National Velvet by Bagnold, Paul Brown, illustrator.

"National Velvet".

Velvet Brown sets her heart and will on riding her unschooled horse in the Grand National steeplechase. With Paul Brown illlustrations and jacket (in rough shape). Note: This book has been sold.



Little Vic by Doris Gates /Kate Seredy, illustrator.

Little Vic.

Little Vic was the son of Victory and grandson of Man O'War. Jonathan "Pony" Rivers, orphaned son of a jockey, named him, and followed him across the country. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



Mr. Peck's Pets by Louise Seaman /Berta & Elmer Hader, illustrators.

Mr. Peck's Pets.

The amusing story of Mr. Peck, his wife, and the idiosyncrasies of his various pets, which run to dachshunds and horses. The Pecks' menagerie follows them from a city apartment to a small farm. Based on the experiences of a friend of the author.



Gift Horse by Betty Levin.

Gift Horse.

Boy learns to take care of horse.



The Last Run by Mark Jonathan Harris.

The Last Run.

Lyle, 14, eagerly accompanies his grandfather into the Nevada hills to stalk a mustang stallion.



Justin Morgan Had a Horse

The account of the origin of the Morgan horse strain. Newbery Honor. Note: This Book Has Been Sold.



The Wild-Horse Trap by Dale White /Richard Bennett, illustrator.

The Wild-Horse Trap.

When Rob's father was suspected of being involved in a stagecoach robbery, Rob was ordered out of town. He hid in the hills behind the city, determined to solve the mystery. A vivid picture of life in early racing stables in Montana in the 1880's. SIGNED by author on half title.



Indians on Horseback.

Indians on Horseback.

An excellent introduction to the Plains Indians, with chapters on how they made things, cookery, sign language, etc.



Whitey Ropes and Rides.

At the rodeo.



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