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When Harry de Leyer first spotted Snowman, the future steeplechase champion was a scarred plow-horse being toted away to the slaughterhouse. Something about this regal outcast attracted the Dutch immigrant's attention; he bought the horse for eighty dollars. He latter sold him, but Snowman would not stay away; jumping six-foot high fences, he returned again and again to Harry's Long Island farm. Realizing for the first time what he had, de Leyer trained this easy-going horse to become the world-beater he was. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.