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Long Reining With Double Dan

Author : Dan James
ISBN : 1570767408
Genre : Long reining (Horsemanship)
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Are you ready to build a stronger partnership with your horse? Hoping to achieve a remarkable softness from the ground before you swing into the saddle? Starting a youngster or working to overcome training and behavioral problems in an older mount? Becoming bored with endless round-penning? Australian equestrian stars Dan James and Dan Steers of Double Dan Horsemanship are here to show every horse owner the basic steps to an infinitely useable training skill: long-reining. If ever there was hidden treasure in the diverse and ever-evolving realm of horsemanship, it is this underused but incredibly valuable practice. Long-reining benefits every equestrian disciplineas James and Steers demonstrateimproving the horse s self-carriage and responsiveness to the aids, and your feel and timing, like nothing else, and all from a safe and controlled position on the ground. Bring long-reining into your barn with these 20 easy-to-understand lessons, explained step-by-step with full-color photographs, including: how to use and hold long reins, how to introduce them to your horse, how to navigate with accuracy and change speed, and how perform lateral work that improves your horse s flexibility and overall movement. You, and your horse, will enjoy the drive. "

The Paul Bedford Collection

Author : Paul Bedford
ISBN : 9780719827457
Genre : Fiction
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A collection of four books by acclaimed Black Horse Western Author Paul Bedford. The Iron Horse: Josiah Wakefield and Dan Sturgis are young civil war veterans, employed in the Territory of Nebraska by the Union Pacific Railroad to hunt down the hired gunmen who are wrecking their supply trains. As robbery is clearly not the motive, someone must be trying to slow up the railroad's westward progress. After a vicious firefight on the trackless plains, their continued pursuit takes them to the dissolute city of Omaha where, in the company of their new acquaintance, Bill Hickok, they survive an ambush by some paid assassins. Their trouble is only just beginning, and they are to face deadly city marshal, Deke Pritchett, and the perils of being on board an Iron Horse, before a momentous finale. But just whose side is Bill Hickok really on? Pistolero: In the summer of 1872 a deadly pistolero, Brett Dalton, is hired to assassinate President Ulysses S. Grant as he embarks on a re-election campaign across the western states. The president will be travelling via the Union Pacific Railroad, and when his locomotive stops to take on water at an isolated pumping station on the Nebraska/Wyoming border the lethal plot will be launched. With hostile Sioux Indians also planning to attack the train, it is up to Thaddeus McEvoy, a special investigator in the newly formed Department of Justice, to save Grant's life. With Widower, Tatum Barklam, and his beautiful daughter, Sarah, are used to a predictable life at the pumping station, but they are about to experience a very different pace when Dalton and his gang of desperadoes come thundering into their lives. The Lawman: In 1885 a large band of half-breed Canadian rebels known as Metis, slip south over the border into Montana Territory. They carry with them a stolen Gatling gun and a strong desire to benefit, by any means, from the USA's wealth. Tough and experienced Deputy United States Marshal Jesse Bronson, is sent out to apprehend them. He is accompanied by a corporal of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police. Bronson at first deeply resents the enforced presence of the red-coated Mountie and it is only after surviving numerous violent encounters that they finally begin to form a genuine bond. The fast moving tale encompasses a bloody confrontation in the gold mining camp of Alder Gulch, followed by a pursuit down the swollen Missouri River on log rafts and then onto a final momentous showdown in the town of Great Falls. Taggart’s Crossing: John Taggart and Jacob Stuckey are Civil War veterans who operate a ferry on the mighty Arkansas River. When two drifters pick on Jacob, Taggart ruthlessly disarms them and sends them on their way vowing revenge. But there is more trouble to come. Russ Decker and his gang steal a fortune in gold 'Double Eagles' from a bank in Wichita. Their escape route into the Indian Territories takes them by way of the ferry crossing. With a posse of Pinkerton Agents on their trail, he decides to stop the pursuit by putting John and Jacob out of business? permanently. Unknown to Decker and his men, a Deputy U S Marshal also has his sights on them, but the lawman first has to deliver a particularly unpleasant prisoner to Fort Smith. In addition to all of this, fate decrees that a keelboat full of stolen silver ore will arrive at Taggart's Crossing just at the right moment to create maximum havoc.

National Agricultural Library Catalog

Author : National Agricultural Library (U.S.)
ISBN : UOM:39015056977856
Genre : Agriculture
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Books In Print Supplement

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105124485884
Genre : American literature
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Western Classics Max Brand Edition 60 Novels In One Edition

Author : Max Brand
ISBN : 9788027226092
Genre : Fiction
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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Frederick Schiller Faust (1892-1944) was an American author known primarily for his thoughtful and literary Westerns under the pen name Max Brand. Prolific in many genres he wrote historical novels, detective mysteries, pulp fiction stories and many more. Table of Contents: The Dan Barry Series The Untamed The Night Horseman The Seventh Man Dan Barry's Daughter The Ronicky Doone Trilogy Ronicky Doone Ronicky Doone's Treasure Ronicky Doone's Reward The Silvertip Series Silvertip The Man from Mustang Silvertip's Strike Silvertip's Roundup Silvertip's Trap Silvertip's Chase Silvertip's Search The Stolen Stallion Valley Thieves The Valley of Vanishing Men The False Rider Other Novels Above the Law Trailin'! Riders of the Silences (Luck) Crossroads The Man Who Forgot Christmas Black Jack The Cure of Silver Cañon Donnegan (Gunman's Reckoning) Bull Hunter Jerico's Garrison Finish The Long, Long Trail Way of the Lawless (Free Range Lanning) Alcatraz The Garden of Eden The Power of Prayer The Rangeland Avenger Wild Freedom The Boy Who Found Christmas His Name His Fortune The Quest of Lee Garrison Rodeo Ranch "Sunset" Wins Soft Metal Under His Shirt The Tenderfoot The Black Rider In the River Bottom's Grip Acres of Unrest Bad Man's Gulch The Whispering Outlaw The Desert Pilot The Mountain Fugitive The Mustang Herder Destry Rides Again The Hair-Trigger Kid (Duck Hawk's Master) The Lightning Warrior The Three Crosses Range Jester Gunman's Gold The Red Bandanna Marbleface (The Tough Tenderfoot) Red Devil of the Range King of the Range (Strength of the Hills)

Max Brand Ultimate Collection 90 Novels Short Stories Including Western Classics Historical Novels Adventure Tales Detective Mysteries

Author : Max Brand
ISBN : 9788026864387
Genre : Fiction
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More Money Than God

Author : Sebastian Mallaby
ISBN : 9781408816813
Genre : Business & Economics
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Wealthy, powerful, and potentially dangerous, hedge-find managers have emerged as the stars of twenty-first century capitalism. Based on unprecedented access to the industry, More Money Than God provides the first authoritative history of hedge funds. This is the inside story of their origins in the 1960s and 1970s, their explosive battles with central banks in the 1980s and 1990s, and finally their role in the financial crisis of 2007-9. Hedge funds reward risk takers, so they tend to attract larger-than-life personalities. Jim Simons began life as a code-breaker and mathematician, co-authoring a paper on theoretical geometry that led to breakthroughs in string theory. Ken Griffin started out trading convertible bonds from his Harvard dorm room. Paul Tudor Jones happily declared that a 1929-style crash would be 'total rock-and-roll' for him. Michael Steinhardt was capable of reducing underlings to sobs. 'All I want to do is kill myself,' one said. 'Can I watch?' Steinhardt responded. A saga of riches and rich egos, this is also a history of discovery. Drawing on insights from mathematics, economics and psychology to crack the mysteries of the market, hedge funds have transformed the world, spawning new markets in exotic financial instruments and rewriting the rules of capitalism. And while major banks, brokers, home lenders, insurers and money market funds failed or were bailed out during the crisis of 2007-9, the hedge-fund industry survived the test, proving that money can be successfully managed without taxpayer safety nets. Anybody pondering fixes to the financial system could usefully start here: the future of finance lies in the history of hedge funds.

Video Source Book

Author : Gale Group
ISBN : 0787638579
Genre : Video recordings
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A guide to programs currently available on video in the areas of movies/entertainment, general interest/education, sports/recreation, fine arts, health/science, business/industry, children/juvenile, how-to/instruction.

The Necromancer Dance

Author : Daniel N. Millirons
ISBN : 9781450081894
Genre : Fiction
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Simon L'Furil, also known as the Sellsword Bard, travels with three companions: a mage from the feared country of Colta, a dwarf fond of strong drink, or any drink, that has a tendency to ax first and question later, and a seven foot tall Northman of the White Wolf clan, the age-old enemy of all dwarves. They have been up to every challenge thus far, but when Simon agrees to help a besieged duchess they will face a Necromancer for the first time, a Necromancer supporting a neighboring duke's army with the undead he controls.

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