I carried the horn by Christine Pullein-Thompson

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Published by White Lion Publishers in London (etc.) .

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Originally published: London : Collins, 1951.

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Statement(by) Christine Pullein-Thompson ; illustrated by Charlotte Hough.
The Physical Object
Pagination254p. :
Number of Pages254
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20063659M
ISBN 100856862363

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Start your review of I Carried the Horn (Chill Valley Hunt, #2) Write a review. Sep /5. In I Carried The Horn, Andrew is injured and unable to ride so Sandy is next in line to hunt hounds on her mare Daystar.

The pack of hounds need a lot of exercising and feeding, the financial mechanics are explained - subscriptions, cap fees, Hunt Balls, Farmers' Dinners and wire fund - and the time of year makes a difference with cub-hunting 5/5(1).

In I Carried The Horn, Andrew is injured and unable to I carried the horn book so Sandy is next in line to hunt hounds on her mare Daystar. The pack of hounds need a lot of exercising and feeding, the financial mechanics are explained - subscriptions, cap fees, Hunt Balls, Farmers' Dinners and wire fund - and the time of year makes a difference with cub-hunting /5(2).

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