Arab Horse Nonsense
by Lady Wentworth
Written and illustrated by Lady Wentworth herself, the world's leading authority of the period. This is a light-hearted look at the idiosyncrasies, real and imagined, of the Arabian horse. Judith Blunt-Lytton, daughter of Lady Anne and Wilfrid Blunt , subsequently became well known as Lady Wentworth, who managed the world-famous Crabbet Stud from 1920-57. This delightful work, with its cartoonist style and wit complements her definitive 'Authentic Arabian Horse' and a must-have for any Arab Horse devotee.
Blue hard cover book in very good condition, dust jacket has some tears and a poorly taped repair, now in a protective cover. This is the 1988 reprint of the original 1950 first edition , unpaginated but approximately 30 pages, illustrated with drawings by Lady Wentworth