This is the first volume to trace the history of equestrian sports, including individual and team results across the sport's three official Olympic disciplines: dressage, eventing, and jumping.
The Western Migration was a monumental movement that helped spur our nation's transportation into gear. Westward Ho Concord Coach - Staging and Freighting will give you an insight on how pioneers, mountain men, and famous historical figures traveled their way to a better life.
Horse racing was so popular and influential between 1930 and 1960 that nearly 150 racing themed films were released, including A Day at the Races, Thoroughbreds Don't Cry, and National Velvet.
Coaches and Coaching Throughout the Ages travels through time when horses led coaches down every trail turned street to the modernization of coaching today. While learning about its past necessity, you will understand what it takes to properly identify, turn out, and drive a coach.
While growing up in Jamaica, Robert Marshall spent his days at the racetrack with his father where he learned to play with luck. Unfamiliar with the intricacies of the game, Marshall won by receiving tips from others-until someone showed him the Daily Racing Form. From that point on, Marshall realized that horse betting was a skill, and more than just what he saw on paper.
In 1968, a few women, mockingly labeled "jockettes" by a skeptical press, had begun demanding the right to apply for jockey licenses, citing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which banned discrimination in hiring based on race, religion, sex, or national origin.
The world of sports betting has evolved and the Racing Post has evolved with it. The variety of markets available to the bettor has grown exponentially. This is a thrilling time but potentially a confusing one as well.$22.95ISBN: 9781839500145Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 DaysPublished: Racing Post Books - December 13th, 2019The ultimate quiz book for horse racing fans has arrived! How well do you know racing? Are you a short-priced favorite to finish clear of your rivals? Fancy yourself as a Group horse running in a handicap? Or are you more likely to flop than fly?