The Racehorse in Training.
Cassell and Company, London 1925, ny og revidert utgave (av originalutgaven fra 1880), stor 8vo, orig. helsjirtingbind, 214 s., engelsk tekst, illustrert, forord av jarlen av Coventry, navn på forsatsen (Erik Sverre jr.).
«One hundred years have now passed since the birth of my father, William Day, at Danebury, Hampshire. Here his father, John Barham Day, had built and established, on the Danebury downs, perhaps the largest and most celebrated training establishment in the South of England. Here Lord Palmerston took his fleeting recreations, and here, too, at Stockbridge races, which he conducted, held on Danebury downs, waxed and waned the fortunes of many nobles among the ‘Blood and Bucks’ of the ‘roaring ‘forties’.»