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Ann Hyland

Ann Hyland is a writer and historian.[1] A native of Britain, she specialises in equestrianism and the development of horses and horse care, especially for use in warfare.[citation needed] She is also a consultant for the Oxford English Dictionary.[2]

Ann Hyland trains horses as well as being a freelance lecturer on equestrian topics.[1]

Select bibliography

  • Beginner's Guide to Western Riding (1971)[3]
  • Foal to Five Years (1980)[3]
  • The Endurance Horse (1988)[3]
  • Riding Long Distance (1988)[3]
  • Equus: The Horse in the Roman World (1990)[3]
  • The Appaloosa (1990)[3]
  • Training the Roman Cavalry' (1993)[3]
  • The Medieval Warhorse: From Byzantium to the Crusades (1994)[3]
  • The Warhorse: 1250-1600 (1998)[3]
  • The Horse in the Middle Ages (1999)[3]
  • The Quarter Horse (1999)[3]
  • The Horse in the Ancient World (2003)[3]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Staff "About Ann Hyland" Greenwood Publishing
  2. Staff "Consultants, advisers, and contributors" Oxford English Dictionary
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 World Cat "Books by Ann Hyland" World Cat


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