Hance, Captain J E

Captain John Edward Hance taught riding both in the Army and in civilian life. He was best known for his non fiction instructional texts, but also wrote a book aimed at younger readers in which instruction is clothed by a story.

School for Horse and Rider

Finding the book
Reasonably easy to find, both with and without its dustjacket.

I've broken my usual habit of listing just fiction texts, as I became interested in Captain Hance, his family, and his riding school. As I am therefore the proud possessor of several of his books, which I've enjoyed, I thought you might be interested in the other things he wrote.

School for Horse and Rider
Country Life, London, 1932 (revised edition 1937)
Better Horsemanship
Country Life, London, 1948, 80pp
Riding Master
Robert Hale, London, 1960, 192pp