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The Points of the Horse.
and instructive compendium jJflBg '"^^^^ggP^S^^S^n- sound knowledge on a
subject of great moment jEiMPWBH^^^^fe. to owners of horses,
mB^m^,1 by a writer of established /.^B^ 'l^^B^S^^^^lBfeSHBfc^ authority on all matters ^^^fl^K^^H^^^^^Ij^^HH^^^HP^ connected with the horse."
mFjBSB^^ Army and Navy Gazette,
m method, and practical in
^^^ certificated veterinarian, a
n^r ^^ traveller and a successful
rider, the author is well qualified to treat on all that pertains to the subject before us."
The Referee.a"What Captain Hayes does not know about horses is probably not particularly worth knowing."
Saturday Review.a"This is another of Captain Hayes' good books on the horse, and to say it is the best would not be going far out of the way of truth. It is a luxurious book, well got up, well and clearly printed in large readable type, and profusely illustrated. "
Pall Mall Budget.a" A volume that must be regarded as the standard work on the subject. It is well done. No point is left unexplained ; no quality in a type unnoticed."
Sporting Times.a" The best production of its kind we have seen."
Field.a" To those who are desirous of availing themselves of the knowledge of a writer who has been used to horses all his life, the book may be cordially recommended. "
Veterinary Journal.a" No book like this has hitherto appeared in English, or any other language. For giving us such a beautiful, interesting and instructive book, the members of the veterinary profession, horsemen and horse owners, as well as delineators of the horse, in every English speaking country, must acknowledge themselves deeply indebted to Captain Hayes."
W. THACKER CO., 87 NEWGATE STREET, LONDON.