This is the 50th Anniversary Issue for November 1977 issue of Saddle and Bridle features SARATOGA on the front cover while the back cover lists some of the 104 horses in the North Ridge Farms Production Sale to be held Nov 29, 1977 at Tattersalls in Lexington, KY. Horse Name, Color, Sex, Sire and Dam are also given for some of the horses that were to be in this sale. See additional images for the Table of Contents of this issue.
The issue is loaded with pictures mainly of Saddlebreds, with sprinklings of TWH’s, Welsh, Hackney and Shetland ponies. Show results from across the United States, Club reports, and interesting articles. In addition to the Table of Contents there are the farm advertisements, and pictures of horses from years gone by as well as ads for products that are all now, history.
This issue contains 192 pages. The issue is tightly bound and in very good condition for its age with clean, crisp pages. Minimal shelf wear can be seen if you look close on the covers, other than that, it appears to be in new and unread condition.
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