The White Colt

Philip avoids human contact, but he can cope with the Dartmoor pony he meets. When the pony vanishes he finds solace in falconry.

Publishing history
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1967, 157 pp.
Dutton, New York, 1967, 156 pp.
Corgi, London, 1969, 143 pp.
Remploy, London, 1980
Republished as Run Wild, Run Free, Scholastic, London, 1969
Scholastic, New York, 1974

Philip avoids human contact, but he can cope with the Dartmoor pony he meets. When the pony vanishes he finds solace in falconry.

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David Rook