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Author Chifney, Samuel, ca. 1753-1807
Title Genius genuine, by Samuel Chifney, of Newmarket. [electronic resource] : A fine part in riding a race, known only to the author. Why there are so few good runners; or why the turf horses degenerate. A guide to recover them to their strength and speed: as well as to train horses for running, and hunters and hacks for hard riding. To preserve their strength, and their sinews from being so often destroyed; with reasons for horses changing in their running. Likewise a full account of the prince's horse escape running at Newmarket on the 20th and 21st days of October 1791. With other interesting particulars
Imprint [London] : Sold only for the author, 232, Piccadilly, [1795]
Descript 170p. ; 8⁰
Note With a half-title
Printer's name and date from colophon (NUC)
Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
English Short Title Catalog, N31231
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns
Subject Horse racing -- Early works to 1800
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