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 excellent condition, dust jacket has an approximate one in tear, some soiling, small holes and remnants of several price stickers ( one from K-Mart, who would have thought this book would have sold there) This is the 1988 reprint of the original 1950 first edition , unpaginated but approximately 30 pages, illustrated with drawings by Lady Wentworth