Pop, the first boarder at Andy’s ranch, dies. He said he would leave his blue roan Quarter Horse to Andy, but he’s only said it, not written it down. Andy hopes the horse is never claimed by Pop’s family.
Ginny hopes to catch a horse in her corral: she catches a Morgan called Sugar several times ,and then the Morgan’s owner allows Ginny to board the mare. The mare produces a foal, which Ginny is allowed to keep.
I’m a freelance writer, editor and proof reader. I’ve written Heroines on Horseback (2013), a gallop through the pony book in children’s fiction, and have written the world’s largest website on equine literature.
My earliest horse memory is being bitten on the arm by a piebald who lived in the field at the end of our garden. It did not put me off.