Horses, ponies, working, playing or ready for fighting as one looks through the last chapter on horses at war. The chapters on hunting, polo, etc., are happier ones, happier even perhaps than the ones in the wild. Somehow horses seem lonely without men. A few copies of the English edition imported when it appeared in England won such wide acclaim they were eagerly sought by sportsmen and Edwards' collectors. We are delighted Scribners got their stock in safely. Better grab all you want now as it may be impossible to get more from England. Edwards' inimitable pencil sketches and his equally descriptive text combine perfectly to interest the horseman and inform the beginner.