The Chronicle of the Horse has been a great help to us in so many ways, for so many years. We’ve learned many things from it, have been laughing tears with Raleigh Burroughs and crying tears with some of the poets, young and old. Your classifieds have helped sell some of our good hunters and we simply thank you for everything.
Dinah and Jim McGowan
R.D. 1, Box 141
And this letter, from May 24, 1968.
I would never, never give Phenylbutazone to my horse in order to make him go sound in competition, but I’m surely going to stock it in our stable veterinary cabinet. My husband is careless and he has been stepped on while he helps me feed and water in the morning. I figure if I can shoot him full of Phenylbutazone fast enough, it will protect my ears from a lot of bad language and be of great help to him as he sprints for the train.