Timber, the Story of a Horse

John Lambert was given the chestnut colt he called Timber, though he couldn’t be said to be a rider.

Publishing history
University of London Press, 1950, illus Caney
White Lion, hb, 1974

John Lambert was given the chestnut colt he called Timber, though he couldn’t be said to be a rider. John, by “patience, trial and error” improved his riding, and that, together with Timber’s jumping ability, proved successful, in spite of Anthony Montagu and his thoroughbred, Centaur.

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Judith M Berrisford