Some More Horse Tradin'
|Rating||:||4.75 (977 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
Some More Horse Tradin' I bought this book for my sister who boards, trains and rides horses for a living.She had read the first book HORSE TRADIN' and said it was one of her all time favorite booksever. She did not know that this book had been written so it seemed like the perfect gift for meto get for her. I am not an animal lover like she is so I have not re. Five Stars my second copy. Some More Horse Tradin' Steve Blanks This was an excellent book. I greatly enjoyed each and every adventure that Ben K. Green takes you through in the book. In a time where everything is done the easy way it is great to be able to look back and see how things realy used to be done. Through this book you are able to get a very clear picture of the old west. I loved reading a
Anyone interested in good ol' boy-type Americana will have fun with this. From Library Journal This 1972 sequel to Green's Horse Tradin' offers more of the same type of illustrated anecdotal stories about raising and selling horses. Green was a veterinarian in Texas, and he came across a number of colorful charactersDsome four-leggedDthroughout his career. Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Green has rounded up fifteen new yarns filled with the ornery yet irresistible style that has earned his books a place in classic Western Americana. Some More Horse Tradin’ recounts the dealings of a whole slew of craggy old-timers and rangy characters. See them match wits as they trade well-bred mares, snorty-like range colts, and used-to-be-bad horses from the tumbleweed plains. Admire the old-time knavery, skill, and salesmanship in such tales as “Gittin’ Even,” “Brethren