An analysis of horsemanship : teaching the whole art of riding, in the manege, military, hunting, racing, and travelling system : together with the method of breaking horses, for every purpose to which those noble animals are adapted (Book, 1805) [WorldCat.org]
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An analysis of horsemanship : teaching the whole art of riding, in the manege, military, hunting, racing, and travelling system : together with the method of breaking horses, for every purpose to which those noble animals are adapted

Author: John Adams, (Riding master); Fairman Rogers Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Publisher: [London] : Albion Press printed : Published by James Cundee, 1805.
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Adams, John (Riding master).
Analysis of horsemanship.
[London] : Albion Press printed : Published by James Cundee, 1805
(OCoLC)904786456
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Adams, (Riding master); Fairman Rogers Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC Number: 63546713
Notes: Errata at end of vol. 3.
Includes index: end of vol. 3.
Advertisements at end of vol. 1 and 2.
Description: 3 volumes : illustrations (some folded), portrait ; 23 cm
Responsibility: by John Adams.

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