1000 Famous Horses Fact & Fictional Throughout the Ages: by Fjh Glover

By Fjh Glover

One thousand well-known Horses truth & Fictional through the a long time: (Not Race Horses and never convey leaping Horses)By:FJH Glover

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This book was printed in the United States of America. uk 301806 Dear purchaser, Thank you for purchasing my reference book on Famous Horses, Fact and Fictional. This 1st Edition has taken me over 15 years to compile, I have enjoyed doing it, it started off ‘as something to do on my computer’. I am looking to have it published, this version is self published by Xlibris. If you find any typing errors let me know. ’ I would appreciate it if you help on this one. All you have to do is email me a famous horse, not already in this 1st Edition, together with a paragraph on why it is famous.

Christopher Davies, banqueting supervisor, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool. Kelly Davies, receptionist, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool. Marilyn Vaughan, conference and banqueting accounts. manager, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool. Terri Lee, barmaid, The Silverwell Hotel, Wigan Laura Smith, student of English, Liverpool Hope university. Andy Gardner, patron of the Earl of Balcaress, Scholes. Kieron Shaw, patron of Wigan International Pool. Mrs Maria O’Neill, library assistant, Wigan. , at college in Angers. (Twined with Wigan).

Sewell’s introduction to writing began in her youth when she helped edit the works of her mother Mary Wright Sewell (1797-1884), a deeply religious, popular author of juvenile best-sellers. By telling the story of a horse’s life in the form of an autobiography and describing the world through the eyes of the horse, Anna Sewell broke new literary ground. She never married or had children. In visits to European spas, she met many writers, artists, and philanthropists. Her only book was Black Beauty, written between 1871 and 1877 in their house at Old Catton.

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