THE BABSON INFLUENCE: A Retrospective
“Quite simply this is the most important book on Arabians published in the last decade. It is one of the most important books on the breed ever published.” Arlene Majid
The Institute chose Henry Babson as the subject for its first major historical research project and monograph because of his world-wide influence on Arabian breeding.
- 504 pages (8.5 x 11 inches)
- 600+ photographs
- 96 pages of color images
- articles from 40 authors
- complete herd list, sire– and dam-line charts
- fully indexed
About one-half of the book is material reprinted from historical magazines and ephemera, and one-half is new material. Contributing authors include Joe Ferriss, Judi Forbis, Diana Johnson, Walter Schimanski, R.J. Cadranell, and Mary Jane Parkinson.
Limited edition, individually numbered.
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Citation: Schrishuhn, Debra Kay, Diana M. Johnson, and Anita K. Enander, ed. The Babson Influence: A Retrospective. (Lebanon, KY: The Institute for the Desert Arabian Horse), 2008.