Any Anderson book with horses as motif has a readymade market. This one has, I think, an even greater market than his usual...

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TOMORROW'S CHAMPION

Any Anderson book with horses as motif has a readymade market. This one has, I think, an even greater market than his usual book, for there's more variety in lithographs of colts and fillies than in a succession of portraits of famous champions. 17 full page pictures, 30 small cuts- 96 pages in all, with a text on how to look for and breed champions, on successive steps of growth, handling, training. Definitely a book for the monied market.

Pub Date: Dec. 30, 1946

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Publisher: Macmillan

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1, 1946