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The Crabbet Arabian Stud - the story of the world's most famous Arabian stud

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This is not only the story of the world's most famous Arabian stud. It is also the story of three extraordinary people whose genius has preserved for posterity the mos beautiful and sought after horse of all time - Wilfred Blunt, poet, politician and scandaliste; his wife Lady Anne, the first European woman to penetrate the very heart of Arabia, and Judith, later Lady Wentworth, their brilliant and determined daughter whose bitter dispute with her father for the Stud ended only in law courts.

This is the revised edition from 1994 and contains a foreword by H.R.H. Princess Alice of Athlone.

Hard back book with dust jacket. The book has some annotation in the form of underlining, but only on a few pages and most pages are clean. Apart from this the book and jacket are in very good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Archer, Rosemary; Pearson, Colin;
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0906382130
ISBN-13:
9780906382134
Publisher:
Alexander Heriot
Title:
The Crabbet Arabian Stud

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This is not only the story of the world's most famous Arabian stud. It is also the story of three extraordinary people whose genius has preserved for posterity the mos beautiful and sought after horse of all time - Wilfred Blunt, poet, politician and scandaliste; his wife Lady Anne, the first European woman to penetrate the very heart of Arabia, and Judith, later Lady Wentworth, their brilliant and determined daughter whose bitter dispute with her father for the Stud ended only in law courts.

This is the revised edition from 1994 and contains a foreword by H.R.H. Princess Alice of Athlone.

Hard back book with dust jacket. The book has some annotation in the form of underlining, but only on a few pages and most pages are clean. Apart from this the book and jacket are in very good condition.

Author(s):
Archer, Rosemary; Pearson, Colin;
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0906382130
ISBN-13:
9780906382134
Publisher:
Alexander Heriot
Title:
The Crabbet Arabian Stud

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