Equine Journeys explores the landscape and sociology of horses, horse sense and horsemanship in Britain at a time when the horse has lost its millennia-long economic and strategic importance, becoming instead a companion to humans, a source of natural beauty and the inspiration for sport.
'A beautifully photographed tome that reveals the extraordinary breadth of the equine universe'
Town & Country
'Explores the fascinating, exciting, ancient relationship between Britain and its horses'
'Majestic images that give a unique perspective on the immutable bond between Man and Horse'
'An enjoyable, information...read, emphasising the varied nature of Britain's horse industry'
Horse & Hound
Published by TransGlobe Publishing and Thames&Hudson
First published in 2018
300 x 250 mm
Over 340 colour photographs
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