DUE AUGUST 2017
Hunting literature had its beginnings as early as the fourteenth century, when nobles hunted stag, bear, fox, and other game on horseback. In Six Centuries of Foxhunting: An Annotated Bibliography, M. L. Biscotti has compiled more than 2,000 titles that pertain to, or mention, foxhunting with hounds. Narratives, histories, illustrated works, verse, fiction, and even anti-hunting literature all have their place in this volume.
Six Centuries of Foxhunting features more than thirty images of book covers and foxhunting illustrations. With appendixes that contain author, title, and illustrator time lines, and separate author and title indexes, this comprehensive bibliography is a valuable resource for researchers, book dealers and collectors, and foxhunters.Learn More
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Norman Tebbit showcases his favourite game recipes including pheasant, partridge, duck, grouse, wood pigeon, woodcock, deer, rabbit and many more. Whether the recipe is a relatively simple casserole, or a more challenging dish, the easy-to-follow- style guarantees consistent results.
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Through Rider Biomechanics, one gains a complete understanding of the biomechanics of the rider via a new understanding of fascia — the fabric of the body that links muscles into functional chains, rather like strings of sausages. Within both human and equine bodies these form 'lines of pull', affecting posture, movement, stability and mobility.Learn More
AVAILABLE OCTOBER 2017
Hot Barrels! has a wide appeal to anyone involved in shooting. It is fascinating, fun and informative, as it examines the reality and myths connected to shooting and the shooting day. Hobson provides answers both from his own observations and from the experiences of others, which he hopes will be well shared around the shoot lunch tables, or whilst sitting on a bale in a barn eating sandwiches.Learn More
Clouser’s approach to fly design begins and ends onstream, with much time spent at the workbench. Careful observation of the behaviour, habitats, and physical features of the foods fish eat is essential to developing a fly that looks and acts like the real thing and his durable, easy-to-cast patterns consistently catch fish of every species – trout, carp, smallmouth, pike, and more.Learn More
Learn from master fly tier Charlie Craven with step-by-step photographs and instructions for 60 pattern recipes, including the author’s favourite variations. Charlie Craven’s Fly Box features 17 best-selling patterns for trout and bass and saltwater flats species, bonefish and permit.Learn More
Lady Luck smiles upon anglers who use the right flies, fish them in the right places at the right times, and make them behave like the natural insects they are meant to represent. But with such a vast range of fly patterns and sizes available, how do you choose? This handy book provides the answer.Learn More
Filled with ideas and training instructions for fun ways to enjoy times with your miniature horse, Mini School takes the training and conditioning of Minis as seriously as that of their full-size cousins – how to turn a pint-size package into a head-turning performer.Learn More
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Following up the bestselling 2015 release of The Essential Fergus, this new book explores natural horsemanship training techniques via a comical conversation between Fergus and ‘The Lad’ – a young boy who is determined to ride him. Both endlessly entertaining and intentionally educational, Fergus A Horse to Be Reckoned With is certain to inspire laughter in adults and young readers alike. The result is a lively, colourful, highly illustrated treasury that will entertain anyone with an eye for a horse.
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