"Wild Horse Mesa" written by Zane Grey. Published by Grosset & Dunlap, copyright 1952.
"Wild Horse Mesa! It's mystery and insurmountable nature had long troubled Chane Weymer. Now came the rumor that this high plateau was the last refuge of the great wild stallion, Panguitch, and his band. And so chane became caught up in a dramatic hunt. Chane was not the only person who was out to conquer Wild Horse Mesa, there was also Sue Melberne, as attractive and fascinating a heroine as Zane Grey has ever created. Sue and her father, together with a resolute party which included Chane's brother Chess, were bent on bringing the great horse to ground. Panguitch was more than a horse to them: to Chane he was the symbol of all adventure; to Sue the symbol of her romance. Only through his capture could they find what they were looking for."
365 page hard cover book, the first blank page of book is ripped, other than that, it is in good condition with no rips, tears or writing. The dust jacket is in poor condition and has shelf wear and tears.