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more than 70 good books with horse in titles
Turns out books with horse in the cover are much more frequent than you think. There are over 70 good books with horse in the cover, which include belles lettres and non-fiction. It' s certain to say that most of these books are not books about real horse or riding issues, but the basic similarity between these books is that they have the term horse in the head.
The books with horse in the titles contain All the pretty horses by Cormac McCarthy, The little white horse by Elizabeth Goudge and War horse by Michael Morpurgo. When you have a favourite horse album, please check it out below or put it on the schedule if it is not already here. Whether it's sci-fi, fancy, romantic or non-fiction, it doesn't really make a difference - if the name of the horse is in the name of the horse, it should be on this roster.
It'?s the sixties, and Abby Lovitt starts eight years. With her very austere but affectionate mother and father she is living on her 26 hectare horse farm in California. One of the main things of the company is to buy a horse at a low price, make it look good and fit, train it and sell it for auctions.
But Abby knows she shouldn't tie herself to the horse, but she can't help herself, especially when they come across a very particular horse like Black George. The Black George is gorgeous and a talented sweater. Abby's dad chooses to bring his daugther and Black George into a top-class equestrian tournament. Becoming more involved in the higher social classes, they could attract the attention of a prosperous horse purchaser and receive top dollars for the sale of Black George.
But Abby likes to ride him and will be sorry if he is bought, but she gets it. It also knows that it will make him even better if you train him to his full capacity. What she doesn't understand is why her mind falls into anxiety when her instructor lifts the leap to over four ft even though she knows Black George can.
Abby's favourite horse at the Ranch is little Jack, the deserted Gunn. Brown Jewel (or Pearl as Abby clandestinely referred to her), his mother, suffered from compulsive death shortly after Jack's delivery. Abby has since taken over Jack's maintenance and coaching and they have come together very closely.
Some time ago someone had stole some of the rancher's price ponies, and the investigators suspect that the Lovitts had bought one of the mares. When it turns out that Brown Jewel is the stealing horse, the owner will want to take her to Texas.
Abby will find the power and guts to say good-bye to Jack? Equine enthusiasts will adore this continuation of THE GEORGES AND THE JEWELS, which interweaves horse coaching and coaching into an enthralling and heartbreaking tale. Abny is a resolute and hard-working young woman with a big hearted being. There are many thrilling parts to it, such as the riding demonstration and the bringing together of some illegal cow, as well as a little secrecy with the stealing box.
Combining her great passion for the horse with her enormous pen skills, Smiley has created a lovable tale that will remain with the reader long after the last page is switched.