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"A History of Horse Racing" contains a collection of classic articles on the subject of horse and horse racing in England and the Unites States. Contents include: "Every Horse Owners Cyclopedia, By J H Walsh", "The American Trotting Horse", "The Atlantic Monthly, By John Elderkin", "A History Of The Turf And The Trotting Horse In America", "Horse Racing Greats, By Alfred E ...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Read Books
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Various is the correct author for any book with multiple unknown authors, and is acceptable for books with multiple known authors, especially if not all are known or the list is very long (over 50).

If an editor is known, however, Various is not necessary. List the name of the editor as the primary author (with role "editor"). Contributing authors' names follow it.

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