Hey this book sounds very interesting! where did you get it? cheers, Ann.

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Comment by P.Ann Turner on January 29, 2010 at 8:34pm
Hello Jackie,

I will look for it, it sounds fascinating, especially since I ride with Craig Stevens, Classical Equitation master trained at Samuer in France. His website is www.classical-equitation.com and his theory video is awesome, full of history, and I am studying not only riding, but the history of riding with him. Thanks, Ann.
Comment by Jackie Cochran on January 29, 2010 at 12:54pm
If you mean "The Horse in Human History" by Pita Kelekna, I got it at Borders. The ISBN is 978-0-521-73629-9 for paperback ($27.98 USD), for the hardback the ISBN is 978-0-521-51659-4 (I have no idea about the hardback price.) It is taking me a while to read it as I am learning a lot of new stuff. I am really enjoying reading it.

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