The list author says: "Some of these books are by the same 1893 translator despite having different covers. I bought two that were identical translations without realizing it at the time, so I have made this list to help out others."
"My favorite! This is a NEW 2010 translation by Classical Greek language scholar and well known horse book author Dr A. Nyland (who was also the translator of The Kikkuli Text, a 4,000 year old horse training text.) It also has excerpts from Simon of Athens (who was quoted by Xenophon) as well as other writers of the time on horsemanship."
"Now as far as I can see, this is a public domain work of Morris H. Morgan's 1893 translation. I bought this book, then read through to the back where it has reviews, and one of the reviews stated it was a Morris H. Morgan translation, but I did not find this up the front of the book anywhere. If you want Morris H. Morgan's translation, this is as good a reprint of it as any."