Title: Northern Dancer: The Legend and His Legacy
Publisher: Beach House Books, Toronto
Publication Date: 1995
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
Signed: Signed by Author
Edition: First Edition
222 pp., index, b/w photographs. Signed (no inscription) on the title page. Canada's most famous racehorse, Northern Dancer won the 1964 Kentucky Derby and went on to become the greatest thoroughbread sire in modern history. Small stain on bottom edge. Dust jacket shows minor edge wear, rubbing. Bookseller Inventory # 001389
Synopsis: "The first time I rode Northern Dancer I knew he was something special. . . . I think the way Muriel Lennox tells the story--going behind the scenes and focusing on the horses--will give everyone a clear picture, not only of how special Northern Dancer actually was, but of all the obstacles he had to overcome".--Ron Turcotte, jockey. "For me Northern Dancer was the epitome, the dream of those of us blessed with a love of horses".--Omar Sharif.
About the Author: Muriel Lennox has worked as a sports reporter, a financial writer, a television reviewer and the editor of the thoroughbred racing magazine Canadian Horse. Her articles have appeared in The Toronto Star, Report on Business, Toronto Life, City and Country Home, The Globe and Mail and Starweek, and is the author of E.P. Taylor: A Horseman and his Horses.
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