This text contains the personal experiences of a professional horse dealer in the nineteenth-century. Including anecdotal tales on his life and career, as well as a wealth of insightful and valuable information on all aspects of horse breeding, management and dealing, this is a text that will be of much value to all manner of equestrians. It is a book not to be missed by collectors of antique equestrian literature. The chapters of this book include: 'Rogues and Fools', 'The Marquis of Waterford's Horse', 'Making up Horses', 'The Farmer's Story', 'Another Swindle', 'Patrick Dunlevy', 'Horse Breeding', 'The Scarcity of Good Horses', 'The Form and Action of Good Saddle Horses', 'Savage Race Horses', 'Our Cavalry Horses', and more. We are proud to republish this old work here in an affordable and modern edition for the enjoyment of those interested in the subject.