‘Horses and Stables’ – Before & After

Last week Matt Edwards and I finished working on ‘Horses and Stables’. We used a similar approach to ‘Animal Management 1933’. I think it is safe to say that what we have achieved is nothing if not miraculous. What an improvement! This isn’t a particularly valuable or rare title, but it is one that I have used a lot in my work, and continue to use on a regular basis. I would like to think that Colonel Fitzwygram would have been pleased to see his excellent book still being read, and admired, in the twenty first century. Here’s to another hundred and something years!

Author: janeflynnsenseandsentimentality

I am an independent researcher and writer affiliated to The University of Derby, UK. I was awarded a PhD in 2016 for my thesis: 'Sense and Sentimentality: The Soldier-Horse Relationship in the Great War'.

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