Flat-Racing Explained - A Practical Treatise on Racing, Designed to meet the Requirements of Owners, Breeders, Trainers, Jockeys, and the General Public - Analyst [pseud. Francis Higgins] 1899 - Edmund Seale, London - First Edition First edition of this early treatise on the science of Horse Racing. Contains much information on the selection of the horse and all aspects of flat racing. A practical treatise on racing designed to meet the requirements of owners, breeders, trainers, jockeys and the general public.   Reference: Loder, Bibliography of Horse Racing, 1216.
(17 cm) pp.xvi 128. In publishers binding, top edge gilt, spine and front titles gilt. Green boards
  Condition: Near fine copy with small spot to upper board.   Ref: 101995   Price: HK$ 1,500