The Tale of Two Horses

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The Tale of Two Horses
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Publisher : Long Riders Guild Press
Total Pages : 209
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ISBN-10 : 1590480120
ISBN-13 : 9781590480120
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Book Synopsis The Tale of Two Horses by : Aime Tschiffely

Book excerpt: In the world-famous travel book, "Tschiffely's Ride," the Swiss author recounted how he and his two Criollo horses, Mancha and Gato, set off from Argentina in 1924, bound for faraway Washington DC. Their legendary 10,000 mile ride took them through the mountains and jungles of South and Central America, where they encountered a host of adventures, including rope bridges, vampire bats, sand storms, treacherous mountains, quicksand and hostile natives! Now here is the same story but delivered with a new twist. For the first time in history, the story is narrated by the two equine heroes, Mancha and Gato. Their unique point of view is guaranteed to delight children and adults alike. With a preface by famed horseman R.B. Cunningham Graham, "The Tale of Two Horses" is amply illustrated with drawings by the author. No equestrian travel collection could be considered complete without this wonderful book!


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