The Aga Khan’s Horses.
Putnam, London 1938, 8vo, orig. helsjirtingbind, xii + 235 s., engelsk tekst, illustrert, navn på forsatsen (Eilif Bache, Ullern), par flekker på bindet.
«But much too must be given to the Aga Khan himself, to whose generosity and shrewdness as an owner tribute has been paid by all those associates who work for him, or have worked for him in the past. His Highness has spent, or had spent on his behalf, much money on bloodstock. Some of the purchases made on his behalf have not subsequently justified the big sums spent on them. The Aga Khan has not complained. He has taken his bad luck, along with his good, like a sportsman.»