Limited edition, numbered 100 copies.
It all started with the horse itself. Whatever small, nervous creature it was that tiptoes through the primeval forest, the end product if its evolution has influenced the whole of man's history. Other creatures might pull vehicles, plough the land or be useful beasts of burden, but the horse had speed, beauty and glamor.
This collection of quotations has been gathered from many historical sources to remind people of the joys of driving horses.
193 pages, full color, hardcover
Elizabeth Cartwright-Hignett lives in Wiltshire and is retired, but is still involved with carriage driving as a judge of International Attelage de Tradition. Her interests are history, literature and the countryside.