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|Statement||Sylvia Loch ; foreword by Fernando d"Andrade.|
|LC Classifications||SF293.A6 L63 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||87109108|
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This is an engaging book, and a must read for lovers of the Iberian Horses--especially the Lusitano. Compared to Gonzaga's "History of the Horse Vol 1" this text is probably less historically accurate.
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The book includes a great number of source references on the subject of Iberian horses, from the Sorraia, Garrano and Asturian horse to the Jennet and Barb. The Royal Horse of Europe is not just a history of the Iberian breeds, it is a study of the way of life through centuries.
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