This delightful book provides the reader with the life story of a man and his association with horses. Jack Juby (born 1920) had a remarkable gift, an ability to work with heavy horses that was almost uncanny. So much so that he was recognised as a national figure in the horse world, renowned not only for his knowledge of the working horse but instrumental in helping to save the endangered Percheron breed. Set in Norfolk the book is told largely in Jack
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 210 x 297 x 17 mm
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