Droving Down The Cooper

Droving Down The Cooper

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A Saddlemaker's Yarns


“Let’s go bush,” said Big Nev, and that sparked a journey for two adventurous city kids spellbound by Banjo Paterson’s poems about horses and men and the Australian outback.


So this yarn unfolds, filled with discovery, bush wisdom and the people who made Col's life. Horse traders, blacksmiths, master leatherworkers and above all --  the horses.


Col Hood was one of the first two saddlemakers in Australia to build the western saddle, and his skill brought him fame in the world of horsemen. He also bred fine Quarter Horses and is widely known as a brilliant raconteur.

Additional product information

ISBN: ISBN 9781877058950.
Size: Approx 210mm x 132mm.
Pages: 160 pages.
Binding: Soft laminated cover. Perfect bound.
Publication Date: (1st Edition 2010).
Images (Colour or Mono) B/W text and photos.
Author and/or publisher Col Hood. (Rosenberg Publishing).

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