Broncho, an Imaginary Biography of a Horse Country Life, London, 1930, illus G D Armour
Limited edition of 200 copies, Country Life, 1930, Quarter tan morocco and red cloth.
Reprinted 1932, later editions
Robert Arbuthnot rescues Broncho from bad treatment at the hands of a dealer, and forms an undying bond with the horse. Their story takes them from hunting and point to point, through the First World War and on to Olympia.
Hounds Will Meet (I suspect this is non fiction) Country Life, London, 1931, illus Lionel Edwards
Penny Farthing Country Life, London, 1931, illus G D Armour
This is the story of Penny Farthing, race horse, from foal hood through to his racing career. More than a portrait of a horse, the book also shows the full gamut of racing life: “the tout, the tipster, the stable lad, the "big" breeder and the "small", the stud groom and his underlings, the auctioneers, the fellows who lay and take the odds - we meet them all, looking just as we know them.”