18th century printed by T Sabine (author not stated)
The fower chiefest offices belonging to horsemanshippe, that is to say, the office of the breeder, of the rider, of the keeper, and the ferrer. In the first parte whereof is declared the order of breeding of horses. In the seconde howe to breake them, and to make them horses of service.
The compleat husbandman and gentleman’s recreation: or, the whole art of husbandry; containing: I. Directions to cure all diseases in horses … . II. Directions to improve land … . III. To brew pale ale and beer, make cyder … . IV. Of planting and raising trees for timber and fruit … . V. To destroy moles, foxes and other vermin. VI. To heal all diseases in men or women … . VII. Directions in angling
Michigan State University Library have one of the most extensive collections of rare veterinary books and manuscripts in the world. They have a selection of about 50 images on display - mostly frontpieces. Some of the archaic wording and treatments are interestingly amusing and/or scary to read.