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The Copper Horse: The Story of a Steeplechasing Horse From His Point of View
Hutchinson & Co, London, 1948, illus Lionel Edwards, 192 pp.


“...the autobiography of Copper Knight, a horse whose racing career started with failure, went on to
success, and finally ended in failure. The story is told partly by Copper Knight himself, whose feelings
towards his owners, trainers, riders and stable companions are very frankly expressed; they are
indeed "straight from the horse's mouth." Copper Knight has very strong likes and dislikes where
human beings are concerned and will only give of his best on the race course to those who treat him
properly.”


Head High, Hands Low - A Story of Horses, Ponies and Riders
Hutchinson & Co, London, 1949, illus Lionel Edwards



A racehorse called Brassbound helps restore the health of four children after their wartime
experiences in Germany.



Second Fiddle, Son of Viola
Hutchinson & Co, London, 1951, illus Lionel Edwards

 


Other books:


Long Odds, Mellifont, Dublin, 1933

False Colours, Eldon Press, London, 1937

The Sweepstake Colt, John Hamilton, London, 1940

Fate’s Handicap, Dublin,1944

The Horse Has Four Legs, 1944

Bibliography - horse books only

Because of copyright restrictions, I don’t show pictures by Lionel Edwards

Because of copyright restrictions, I don’t show pictures by Lionel Edwards

Because of copyright restrictions, I don’t show pictures by Lionel Edwards