Phantom Horse

Jean and her brother Angus have to go to Virginia with their parents, which means leaving their beloved ponies behind.

Publishing history
Collins, London, 1955, illus Sheila Rose
Collins reprint 1957
Collins Seagull 1962
Armada pb 1969, 1978
Award hb  1997
Award hb, 2011, cover Jennifer Bell

Jean and her brother Angus have to go to Virginia with their parents, which means leaving their beloved ponies behind.While they are out there, they meet the Miller family and ride with them. It is on a ride with the Millers that they see the wild palomino, and are determined to catch him. At last they do, but it is very nearly too late.

Phantom Horse
Phantom Horse
Phantom Horse Comes Home
Phantom Horse Goes To Ireland
Phantom Horse In Danger
Phantom Horse Goes To Scotland
Wait For Me Phantom Horse

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Christine Pullein-Thompson