Tales of #harrythewonderhorse

£24.00

A book written in memory of my beloved Gypsy Cob horse, Harry. It has 66, A4 size pages featuring lots of photographs, calligraphy, and stories about Harry. It is printed with vegetable inks on 150gsm silk recycled paper – the print quality is excellent, and I think Harry would have approved of the green printing process!

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A book written in memory of my beloved horse, Harry. It has 66, A4 size pages featuring lots of photographs, calligraphy, and stories about Harry. It is printed with vegetable inks on 150gsm silk recycled paper - the print quality is excellent, and I think Harry would have approved of the green printing process!

The opening page of this book reads, ‘On the 24th April 2009, 25 years after I last owned such a noble creature, I bought a horse. I went to the horse sales in Leominster, Herefordshire and bid for this handsome, piebald, 15:1hh gypsy cob. At one point there was someone bidding against me, but they dropped out and the hammer came down and sealed the deal. That day I told Harry that I would love and care for him for the rest of his life. This is the story of that partnership.

Harry was unique, and anyone who loves horses, particularly Gypsy horses, and understands the incredible bond that can exist between a human and a horse, will enjoy this book.

Additional information

Weight 0.45 kg
Dimensions 0.5 × 29.7 × 21 cm

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Testimonials

"The book is perfect in every way. I love the photographs, and your bond/love for, and with animals and nature, is stamped throughout. It was your words that gave it emotion and feeling"

Sandy USA

"The book is a real work of art – the beautiful photos, combined with your exquisite letters make for a wonderful combination – what a treasure you have created!"

Heather USA

"I waited until the peaceful hour of early morning to start reading ‘Harry’. ‘Reading’ is the wrong word, I have immersed myself, lost myself and been swept up in emotions by your book and am only at page 13!"

Judy UK

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