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Ghost Horse, Stallion of the Oregon Trail

Pahute was the son of Blue Steel, the great wild stallion who became a legend in the West – the Ghost Horse who thundered across the mesa with his herd, untameable, too
clever to be captured by man.

Publishing history
Hutchinson, 1959, illus C Clifford Ambler
As Ghost Horse, Armada, pb, 1963, cover Peter Archer
Beaver, pb, 1976

“Pahute was the son of Blue Steel, the great wild stallion who became a legend in the West – the Ghost Horse who thundered across the mesa with his herd, untameable, too clever to be captured by man. Pahute in turn became a mighty horse, fighting his enemies and protecting the mares that came to him. Men glimpsed him and swore he was the original Ghost Horse; they tried to capture him, but failed until Jim Blaine took the trail. But Jim Blaine had an advantage over all the other men who sought Pahute – he loved this wonderful wild stallion.”

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Joseph Chipperfield