Hutchinson, London, 1980, 157 pp, illus Victor Ambrus
This is the story of a wild stallion in the bleak desert of northern Mexico. His palomino mother, stranded by accident, has taken up with a herd of wild horses. His father was a bay stallion descended from the Spanish horses brought from Spain by Cortez. The foal survives many hazards, growing into a magnificent stallion and the master of his own herd.