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Saddle Club 38: Horse Trade (Saddle Club series) Kindle Edition
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Phil Marsten, Stevie’s boyfriend and an out-of-town member of The Saddle Club, is boarding an Arab mare at his family’s stable. When Phil offers to let Stevie ride the horse, she eagerly accepts. In exchange, Stevie has promised to give the horse all the care and exercise she needs. As Stevie begins working with the horse and preparing her for a forthcoming dressage exhibition, she quickly comes to love and respect her beautiful new mount. But the mare also has a mysterious allergy that won’t go away. Can Stevie find the cause, and live up to her side of the bargain to take the very best care of the horse?
Bonnie Bryant is the author of over a hundred books about horses, including The Saddle Club series, Saddle Club Super Editions, and the Pony Tails series. She has also written novels and movie novelizations under her married name, B. B. Hiller. Bonnie began writing The Saddle Club in 1986. Although she had done some riding before that, she intensified her studies then and found herself learning right along with her characters Stevie, Carole and Lisa. She claims that they are all much better riders than she is. Bonnie was born and raised in New York City, where she continues to live today.
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Wrong but Great23 March 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
Horse Trade was a great book.Everything about the book was great,except when Max told Carole to demonstrate the wrong ways of jmping they called Starlight a she when he is a gelding.
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