The Young Horse-dealers

Jean Connaught and Moyra Brent start up in business, running a dealing stables.

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There Must be Horses

Sasha’s adoptive parents have given up on her, and when the book opens, she is off to yet another set of foster parents, for yet another temporary placement.

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They Bought Her A Pony

Angela Peabody has everything she wants. Her parents buy her a pony when they move to the country and she assumes she will instantly win everything in sight.

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They Called her Patience

It takes a while for the thoroughly spoiled Judy to fit in with her friends – in particular she clashes with David, the acknowledged leader of the little group. He patiently teaches her both the right way to ride and the right way to behave. Patience (real-name Fleur) is David’s younger half-sister and her nickname seems totally inappropriate to her rather headstrong and determined character.

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They Rescued a Pony

The Marsham family rescue skewbald Punchinello from a circus.

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They Rode to Victory

The comprehensive school team is going to compete against a team from a smart girls’ school.

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Thicker than Water

Amy hasn’t seen her father for years, but he’s due to visit Heartland. Horses are her father’s life, though, too, so can that link bring them together?

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Third Time Lucky (Half Moon Ranch 6))

Kirstie’s horse, Lucky, is ill with something no one can diagnose.

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Three Day Adventure

Kit Brownriggs bets his brother and sister, Kit and Rosemary, that he can hide from them for three days.

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Three Jays Against the Clock

The Three Jays decide they’re going to do a ride to the New Forest.

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Three Jays Go to Rome

The Three Jays visit Rome, coincidentally at the same time the Olympics are on there.

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