How To Win Field Trials. Horace Lytle. 1950. First Edition. Hunting. Rare Antique Dog Book. Francis P. Fretwell Collection.
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One of the many books from the Estate of Francis P. Fretwell that we will be selling. The library is the largest privately owned collection of dog books in the world. Mr. Fretwell was the owner of Monfret Kennels, which bred champion standard poodles. He was former president and governor of the Poodle Club of America, and the Italian Greyhound Club of America. He also served as a delegate to the American Kennel Club for decades. His wonderful collection of books has been carefully maintained. *** How to Win Field Trials. By Horace Lytle. Eugene V. Connett, editor and designer. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1950. 1st ed. 229p., green and cream dust jacket with b&w pictorial illustration, light grey cloth with black spine lettering,13 illustrations. Introduction by William F. Brown. A nationally known ﬁeld trial judge and amateur handler gives the complete story of how winning dogs are bred and trained, how they are run successfully, and how they are judged. A practical handbook by a great authority. Jacket spine has darkened, and there are some edge losses. Price-clipped. Boards are clean with the exception of some light foxing in front gutter. Mr. Fretwell's bp on front fixed endpaper. Interior is clean and sound. VG+.
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