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The Perfect Horse

The Perfect Horse Author Elizabeth Letts
ISBN-10 9780345544827
Release 2017-05-23
Pages 400
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In the chaotic last days of World War II, a small troop of American soldiers captures a German spy and learns that on a secret farm behind enemy lines, Hitler has stockpiled the world's finest purebred horses in order to breed the perfect military machine -- an equine master race. But with the starving Russian army closing in, the animals are in imminent danger of being slaughtered for food. With only hours to spare, one of the U.S. Army's last great cavalrymen, Colonel Hank Reed, makes a bold decision, with General George Patton's blessing, to mount a covert rescue operation.



The Perfect Horse

The Perfect Horse Author Elizabeth Letts
ISBN-10 1925475328
Release 2016-09-01
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The Perfect Horse has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Perfect Horse also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Perfect Horse book for free.



Perfect Horse

Perfect Horse Author Elizabeth Letts
ISBN-10 9781925475364
Release 2016-09-01
Pages 384
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While Hitler’s attempt to create an Aryan master race is well known, his simultaneous effort to build an equine master race made up of the finest purebred horses is not. Hidden on a secret farm in Czechoslovakia, these beautiful animals were suddenly imperiled in the spring of 1945 as the Russians closed in on the Third Reich from the east and the Allies attacked from the west. Thanks to the daring of an American colonel, an Austrian Olympian in charge of the famous Lipizzaner stallions, and the support of US General George Patton, a covert mission was planned to kidnap these endangered animals and smuggle them into safe territory--though many disapproved of risking human lives to save mere horses.



Brother Mendel s Perfect Horse

Brother Mendel s Perfect Horse Author Frank Westerman
ISBN-10 9781409019329
Release 2012-08-02
Pages 320
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' "When you touch a Lipizzaner, you're touching history," Westerman was once told. His elegant book offers fascinating proof' Financial Times Frank Westerman explores the history of Lipizzaners, an extraordinary troop of pedigree horses bred as personal mounts for the Emperor of Austria-Hungary. Following the bloodlines of the stud book, he reconstructs the story of four generations of imperial steed as they survive the fall of the Habsburg Empire, two world wars and the insane breeding experiments conducted under Hitler, Stalin and Ceausescu. But what begins as a fairytale becomes a chronicle of the quest for racial purity. Carrying the reader across Europe, from imperial stables and stud farms to the controversial gene labs of today, Westerman asks, if animal breeders are so good at genetic engineering, why do attempts to perfect the human strain always end in tragedy?



A Good Horse Has No Color

A Good Horse Has No Color Author Nancy Marie Brown
ISBN-10 0811707040
Release 2001
Pages 243
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After several visits to study Icelandic sagas, Nancy Brown returns to Iceland to search for the perfect Icelandic horse, one she can bring back to her Pennsylvania farm and make her own. To do so, she must become part of the country's tightly knit horse-breeding community, which can be wary of outsiders and extremely protective of the world-famous breed. In this clear-eyed, evocative account set against Iceland's austere and majestic landscape, she describes what makes Icelandic horses and their owners so distinctive. She also discovers her limitations as a horsewoman and learns much about what she is looking for-in a horse and in her life.



The Eighty Dollar Champion

The Eighty Dollar Champion Author Elizabeth Letts
ISBN-10 9781472111234
Release 2014-05-15
Pages 160
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Harry de Leyer first saw the horse he would name Snowman on a truck bound for the slaughterhouse. The recent Dutch immigrant recognized the spark in the eye of the beaten-up nag and bought him for eighty dollars. On Harry's modest farm on Long Island, he ultimately taught Snowman how to fly. Here is the dramatic and inspiring rise to stardom of an unlikely duo. One show at a time, against extraordinary odds and some of the most expensive thoroughbreds alive, the pair climbed to the very top of the sport of show jumping. Their story captured the heart of Cold War-era America-a story of unstoppable hope, inconceivable dreams, and the chance to have it all. They were the longest of all longshots-and their win was the stuff of legend.



Horses Never Lie about Love

Horses Never Lie about Love Author Jana Harris
ISBN-10 1451605862
Release 2011-11-01
Pages 288
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The heartwarming true story of a woman and the horse who changed her life. Jana Harris had always dreamed of having a horse farm, and she knew the horse on whom she could build her dreams the moment she saw her on a ranch in the Eastern Mountains of Washington State, where a herd had been corralled to be sold: a beautiful, deep dark red-colored mare standing about sixteen hands, with a white star on her pretty head. Something about the way this mare guarded her handsome foal spoke to Harris. The mare was named True Colors. When True Colors was delivered to Harris’s ranch three months later, however, she was unrecognizable: head-shy from the infected sores on her face, and lungs damaged by pneumonia, she sensed demons hiding in everything from the scent of fabric softener on clothes to a gate in a fence. This injured, traumatized horse existed between two worlds—wild and domesticated—and belonged to neither. Remarkably, the other horses fell in love with her on sight. And true to her name, True Colors would never pretend to be something she was not; with her wise, intuitive nature, she would end up changing the lives of everyone she encountered. This is the story of True Colors and how, with her quiet wisdom, she became the heart of the range and farm. There is a famous horseman’s saying: A horse never lies about its pain. But maybe we should also consider: A horse never lies about love.



My Horses My Teachers

My Horses  My Teachers Author Alois Podhajsky
ISBN-10 0851316921
Release 1997-04
Pages 202
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A translation of a classic work on the training of horses and riders in the world-famous Spanish Riding School of Vienna.



The Kids Horse Book

The Kids  Horse Book Author Sylvia Funston
ISBN-10 PSU:000044308315
Release 1993
Pages 72
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Introduces the history, life cycle, and behavior of the horse, and provides information on breeds, horse care, riding, equestrian sports, and other topics.



The Less than perfect Horse

The Less than perfect Horse Author Jane Wallace
ISBN-10 1872119131
Release 1999
Pages 288
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From over twenty- five years of experience of working with countless horses in a variety of disciplines, Jane Wallace here sets out an in valuable training programme, starting with a blueprint for the ideal order of basic training to achieve maximum progress by asking the horse the right question at the right time, She then discusses specific evasions and resistances encountered along the way, outlining symptoms, causes and different approaches to correcting the problems, and referring the reader back to the relevant point in the blueprint.



The Age of the Horse

The Age of the Horse Author Susanna Forrest
ISBN-10 9780802189516
Release 2017-05-02
Pages 432
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An essential book for anyone who’s ever been captivated by horses, The Age of the Horse is a breathtaking exploration of the enduring connection between humans and Equus caballus. Equestrian expert Susanna Forrest presents a unique, sweeping panorama of the animal’s prominent role in societies around the world and across time. Fifty-six million years ago, the earliest equid walked the earth—and beginning with the first-known horse-keepers of the Copper Age, the horse has played an integral part in human history. It has sustained us as a source of food, an industrial and agricultural machine, a comrade in arms, a symbol of wealth, power, and the wild. Combining fascinating anthropological detail and incisive personal anecdote, Forrest draws from an immense range of archival documents as well as literature and art to illustrate how our evolution has coincided with that of horses. In paintings and poems (such as Byron’s famous “Mazeppa”), in theater and classical music (including works by Liszt and Tchaikovsky), representations of the horse have changed over centuries, portraying the crucial impact that we’ve had on each other. Forrest deftly synthesizes this material with her own experience in the field, traveling the globe to give us a diverse, comprehensive look at the horse in our lives today: from Mongolia where she observes the endangered takhi, to a show-horse performance at the Palace of Versailles; from a polo club in Beijing to Arlington, Virginia, where veterans with PTSD are rehabilitated through interaction with horses. With passion and singular insight, Forrest investigates the complexities of human and horse coexistence, illuminating the multifaceted ways our cultures were shaped by the powerful creature.



The Horse Book

The Horse Book Author Kathleen Walker-Meikle
ISBN-10 9781784422264
Release 2017-08-24
Pages 144
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Hardworking, swift, loyal and capable of great heroism, horses have been our constant companions for thousands of years. Using stunning illustrations, The Horse Book pairs famous historical figures with their faithful mounts including: Alexander the Great's beloved steed at whose death he dedicated the city of Alexandria Bucephala; the cruel Roman emperor Caligula who made his horse a consul; the brave horses in the First World War; and horses of famous figures from El Cid to Napoleon. This is the perfect gift for the horse lover - a guide to the role of horses in history and the people who rode them.



Dressage for the Not so perfect Horse

Dressage for the Not so perfect Horse Author Janet Foy
ISBN-10 157076509X
Release 2012
Pages 218
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Tens of thousands of riders pursue the sport of dressage in North America, and the majority do so on a budget and with the horse they already have—or quite simply, the one they can afford. This means riders are facing the challenge of mastering one of the world's most esteemed equestrian events on horses that may not be bred specifically for the task, or even if they have been, may not be top prospects for any number of reasons. International dressage judge, clinician, and riding coach Janet Foy has ridden many different horses—different sizes, shapes, colors, and breeds—to the highest levels of dressage competition, and now she has compiled her best tips for training and showing in one highly enjoyable book. Her expertise, stories, and good humor are destined to bring out the best in dressage riders and their “not-so-perfect” horses everywhere. Thousands of riders pursue the sport of dressage across the globe, and the majority do so on a budget and with the horse they already have, or quite simply, the one they can afford. This means riders daily face the challenge of mastering one of the world's most esteemed equestrian pursuits on horses that may not be bred specifically for the task, or even if they have been, may not be top prospects for any number of reasons—behavioral quirks, conformational impediments, age or soundness issues, you name it. International dressage judge, clinician, and riding coach Janet Foy has ridden many different horses in the course of her riding and horse training career—different sizes, shapes, colors, and breeds—to the highest levels of dressage competition. Now she has compiled her best tips for training and showing the horse you have (or the horse you love, despite his “faults”) through the levels. With lists of the common “imperfections and evasions” experienced when riding movements—from simple transitions and leg-yield to zig-zags, tempi changes, and piaffe— followed by training tips and creative ways to “perfect” the “imperfections,” riders are bound to discover countless ways to apply Janet's advice in their dressage pursuits.



Perfect Manners

Perfect Manners Author Kelly Marks
ISBN-10 9780091882709
Release 2002
Pages 224
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Kelly Marks achieves spectacular results with an enormous variety of different horses. She knows that if you want a horse to have 'perfect manners', it's your responsibility to make it clear what you want - it's not up to the horse to guess. The secret of success is to communicate with horses in their own language, establishing a relationship of empthay and trust. This book shows how to reach that perfect mutual understanding with your horse - and how to behave yourself in a way that means your horse will too.



A Horse Walks into a Bar

A Horse Walks into a Bar Author David Grossman
ISBN-10 9780451493989
Release 2017-02-21
Pages 208
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WINNER OF THE 2017 MAN BOOKER INTERNATIONAL PRIZE In a dive bar in a small Israeli city, Dov Greenstein, a comedian a bit past his prime, takes the stage for his final show. Over the course of a single evening, Dov’s patter becomes a kind of memoir, taking us back into the terrors of his childhood. And in the dance between comic and audience, a deeper story begins to take shape as Dov confronts the decision that has shaped the course of his life—a story that will alter the lives of several of those in attendance. A poignant exploration of how people confront life’s capricious battering, A Horse Walks into a Bar is a searing story of loss and survival.



Real Life Dressage

Real Life Dressage Author Carl Hester
ISBN-10 1872119492
Release 2004
Pages 120
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Carl Hester shares his training methods and shows how they can be adapted to suit individual horses. He outlines his training regimes and favourite exercises, following some of his own horses up the levels to Grand Prix.



Diary of a Horse Mad Girl

Diary of a Horse Mad Girl Author Katrina Kahler
ISBN-10 1484087232
Release 2013-04-10
Pages 252
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Follow the true adventures of Abbie and her first ponies, Sparkle (a beautiful Palomino) and Tara (an amazing Arab) in her 5 diaries. Yes, she is a horse mad girl and when she gets her very first pony...all her dreams come true...but have they? Abbie is forced to encounter chasing bulls, friendship problems, injured and sick horses and even the death of a horse. Despite the hard times, her love for these beautiful and noble animals stays strong and true. If you love horses...you will love Diary of a Horse Mad Girl - The Full Collection.