Dorr/McLeod, 1985, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, First, Illustrated By: Neil McLeod -- Photography
1.0 kg; 148 pages, text illustrated with black-and-white, and colour photography. Colour illustrated dust jacket. There is a quarter inch tear at the top right-hand side of the dustjacket approximately 1 inch from the fold over crease. There is also a 0.75 inch tear at the bottom right-hand edge of the rear panel running vertically along the spine crease . Otherwise in very good order. In this book -- written to both horse enthusiasts and non-experts -- the story of the Clydesdale in Australia and New Zealand are explored. Beginning with the development of the breed, it traces the role of the Clydesdale in the early days of settlement in the colonies, follows it through the effects of industrialised farming and shows how people are rediscovering the worth of the horse on the land today. Throughout, the book portrays the unique strengths and spirit of the Clydesdale as one of our partners in history. Size: 4to 9¾" - 12" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Neil McLeod -- Photography. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Animals & Birds; Horses; ISBN: 0949433160. ISBN/EAN: 9780949433169. Inventory No: 0229390.