Rachael’s Forest

There is a forest around the house where Rachael lives with her parents. It’s undeveloped and wild, and Rachael loves it.

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Racing the Tide

Bonnie and Sam have a great adventure when they go mustering sheep and find suspicious tracks leading out to the beach…

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Rebel Brumby

Joey finds drawings done by Walli, an outcast aborigine boy, showing a herd of wild horses.

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Riding High at White Cloud Station

Suzy has promised Alexa and Lucy that she will show them the secret herd of curly-coated horses who live in the mountains near White Cloud Station.

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Riding the Blues

It’s Felice’s last year at school, and she’s facing some difficult challenges.

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Ripple and the Wild Horses of White Cloud Station

There’s a round up and auction each year at White Cloud Station, and Suzy and her two best friends, Lucy and Alexa, are there. They’re desperate for horses of their own: but Suzy’s forbidden, because she’s allergic to horses.

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Running Away with Nebby

Dapple grey Nebby is Noel and Marigold’s pet, but his depradations in the carrot patch mean they all run away, and have a series of adventures, including appearing in a film.

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Running with Horses

Set during the second World War, this is the story of Nina and her father, as they try to help the Lipizzaner stallions to escape.

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Saving Mr Pinto

Bonnie and Sam find friendship, horses and adventure at an Australian agricultural show.

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Secret Stock

It was going to be hard to like the new girl, with all her money and talk of buying dressage horses from America. The Taronga Road Riders think there is something funny about her father’s business too.

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Shadow Summer

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Shadrach Girl

University is now on Hannah’s horizons: she’s 16. Sky and Mikey are growing up fast too, Eden’s still with them, and gets on particularly well with Hannah’s horse Gladly.

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