[Ebook] Tales of the Dogs: A Celebration of the Irish and Their Greyhounds Con John Martin – Vehikool.co.uk

Tales of the Dogs: A Celebration of the Irish and Their Greyhounds The Definitive Chronicle Of Greyhounds In Ireland Both On The Track And In The Field And Their Influence At Home And Abroad, Featuring Over Photographs And IllustrationsIreland Is The Home Of The Greyhound With The Best Breeders, Owners And Trainers, The Story Of The Irish And Their Dogs In An Extraordinary One Ever Since The Coursing Triumphs Of Master M Grath In The Nineteenth Century And Mick The Miller S Days As The First Legend Of The Race Track At The Start Of The Twentieth, Irish Greyhounds Have Led The PackIllustrated With Over Photographs, Many Never Published Before, Tales Of The Dogs Is A Comprehensive And Lively Chronicle Of Greyhounds In Ireland, Both On The Track And In The Field, And Includes The First Ever Detailed Look At The Administration Of The Sport In Ireland, From The First Race At Celtic Park In Belfast To The Current Time, When The Sport Is A Multi Million Euro IndustryTales Of The Dogs Is Packed With Information, Stories And Memories, From Portraits Of The Characters Who Have Made Their Mark On The Sport And The Most Famous Winners Of All The Classic Races, To The Current Great Dogs, The New Tracks And Everything That Makes Greyhound Racing One Of Ireland S Best Loved And Most Popular Sports

About the Author: John Martin

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Tales of the Dogs: A Celebration of the Irish and Their Greyhounds book, this is one of the most wanted John Martin author readers around the world.

3 thoughts on “Tales of the Dogs: A Celebration of the Irish and Their Greyhounds

  1. says:

    best book on the subject I have ever seen My father totally loved it even went to Ireland after to see the real deal.

  2. says:

    Lavishly illustrated, this book begins by looking briefly at the origins of dog racing and of the greyhound itself Coursing was the first form of the sport to be formally recognized, its most prestigious trophy being the Waterloo Cup that was staged annually near Liverpool each year until British legislation prevented its

  3. says:

    I have a friend who is into greyhound racing and is always on about them so when I was offered this book free by the publishers I grabbed it in the hope of learning something about greyhound racing, in fact I learnt than I expected.The book is as you would expect from the title very Irish but also covers the history fairly brie

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