The Wild White Stallion

Folco first sees White Crest as a foal, who very soon meets difficulties after his mother is stolen from the herd.

Publishing history
As Crin Blanc, Hachette, Paris, 1959
As The Wild White Stallion
George Harrap & Sons, London, 1961. Trans Gwen Marsh, illus Jean Reschofsky.  159 pp.
Harrap, London, 1961.  Adapted & abridged J R Watson, 90 pp. Reprinted 1981.
Franklin Watts, New York, 1961
Beaver Books, London, pb, 1978
There are many translations in other languages too.

Folco first sees White Crest as a foal, who very soon meets difficulties after his mother is stolen from the herd. Folco believes he has been given White Crest by the rancher after he fails to catch him, but owning a wild Carmargue stallion is not easy.

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René Guillot