The Western Horseman - The Magazine for Admirers of Stock Horses, December 1953

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $99.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


64 pages. Features: Christmas on the Plains; Hoofprints Through Time - reconstructing the pygmy horse Nannippus which roamed the Texas panhandle; Sid Forrest and a Horse Named Nickels; We Ride at Montecito - the Monticito Turf Club; Picked up in the Rodeo Arena; Young Western Artist Tenny De Witt; Diamond "S" Ranch - 20 minutes from downtown Seattle; The California Falsarienda - used for breaking and training stock horses in the past; Cow Cuttin'; Some Thoughts on Reining, by W.T. Warren; Sonny Boy (horse) Killed; Winner's Circle - photos with captions; Down the Straightaway; Horse Truck De Luxe - an all-purpose general farm truck and livestock carrier designed and built by ranchers near Medford Oregon; Leap Across Devil's Gulch, by Jesse James III; Horseman's Scrapbook; The Junior Horseman; Index for volume XVIII of this publication; and more. Ad for Lee Riders jeans features Casey Tibbs; Frank H. Lee hat ad on page 8 features Bill Linderman; Nice black and white photo ad for Stetson hats inside front cover. Hyer Boot ad on back cover. Fantastic color Ryon Roper hat ad inside back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.