THIS BOOK IS USED! Some typical wear and tear of a used book is to be expected.
Condition: Like New
During its heyday between the two World Wars, the U.S. Cavalry School at Fort Riley, Kansas, was the internationally recognized fountainhead of know-how in horse management, and its manuals were the standard reference works for both military and civilian horsemen. Long out of print, the Cavalry School’s comprehensive manual on Animal Management (animals to the cavalry were understood to be horses or mules) has always been regarded by knowledgeable owners and trainers as the definitive and all-inclusive reference work on taking the proper care of a horse. Edited and revised by Frederick L. Devereux, Jr., a distinguished graduate of the Cavalry School, the manual has now been revised for today’s civilian horse owners and riders. There are 55 new illustrations to complement the text.