- Library Binding
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 061326777X
- ISBN-13: 978-0613267779
- Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 195 g
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Stephanie L. Promersberger
Awesome book for horse people
4 June 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I Loved this book it is all about teamwork and teaming up together to save something they all love truly amazing
The Bar None Riders!?
12 October 2005 - Published on Amazon.com
I have read other books in the series where the saddle club visited Kate and Christene, and they were fine. Enjoyable, quite actually. This one was far from it. The whole book seemed to keep riders thinking that western was so much better than english. Horseback riding descrimination. To tell you the truth, those silly dusters they adored so much over their english 'togs' are enough to make any person look like they're a real dude. (Even though I am an English rider) They kept saying how the rodeo was so much more fun compared to any other show they'd ever seen! To tell you the truth, I found most of the book quite boring. The English competitions were a lot more exciting in my opinion, and another thing to point out, when they went to English horse shows they didn't say, "Wow. Isn't this the best competition than any we've ever seen?" I found myself skimming listlessly over paragraphs trying to finish this horrid book. Then, at the end, when the girls were finally back in Pine Hollow, they were saying, "Don't you wish you were back at the bar none?" "Yeah, much more exciting than this place." Well, whoop de doo. At this point, they could just pack their bags, move back out west, change their club name to the bar none riders and compete in more of those stupid rodeo competitions for all I care. Just don't expect me to pick up another book again in the series if they did that. There was some saddle club mischief that was non-descriminal, but it wasn't enough to keep this book from going down the toilet. I hope the next one I read is about Pine Hollow, but of course, it isn't NEARLY as exciting as their beloved "Bar None". Well, I'm sorry but I did not like this book. Most people think that english riders are snots that look down on western riders. After reading this book, they should reconfigure that fact! I am insulted that they would want to trash the riding that I love most in this book. Especially coming from the saddle club! Mrs. Bryant, whom I've come to respect through some of the better ones, can just shove this one up her ass.
10 November 2005 - Published on Amazon.com
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The Saddle Club: Carole, Stevie and Lisa take a trip out West to visit their friend Kate, a championship rider, whose parents run a dude ranch. Trouble is brewing in the form of a rival dude ranch which is stealing away business from the Bar None, Kate's family's ranch. When they impulsively register for a barrel racing contest, they hope to win, even though they are amateurs, but more importantly, they hope to garner positive publicity for the ranch. A nice change from the English riding themed books in the series.
Stacie L. B.
2 January 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
I liked this one because it involved barrel racing and rodeo. It was definately exciting.The only thing that I read that was odd was that the bronc riders had to stay on for 10 seconds instead of 8? What's the deal with that? Oh well. I guess it's no big deal. It was still a great book.