“'Harry was beautiful. A tall, restless creature-bright bay. Seventeen hands, ex-racehorse. He looked about as friendly as a rattlesnake. When Harry's wealthy owner asks Kate to exercise the horse and 'knock him into shape' for his daughter, she decides to accept the challenge. But Harry is a horse with a mind of his own.... before long Kate finds herself in a fix.”
Kate and the Mystery Ponies
Lion, 1985, pb
Lion, 1990, pb, 126 pp.
(with Kate and the Horrible Horse, Lion, 1997)
“For Kate, it was like a wonderful dream. A horse of her own at last, and a chance to jump in the County Show. Then the suspicions crowded in. What was going on in the stables? Was her dream about to become a nightmare?”