GOLDEN HOOFS by William C. Duncan


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The story of a trotting horse, Goldsmith Maid, the celebrity of the sporting world of her times. At seven, she had never been harnessed, and then one of the big trainers took her in hand and broke her to the trot. Neurotic, capricious, savage, intelligent -- she lived up to expectations on the track. At 14 she reached her prime, startled the world with her speed and endurance, and won $325,000 in small purses. Not particularly distinguished, but well timed for harness racing season.

Pub Date: Oct. 13th, 1938
Publisher: Lippincott