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JB Andrew: Mustang Magic (True Horse Stories)

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He was born, wild and free, in the vast mountainous scrublands of Nevada. Until he was a year old, no human hand touched him, though he knew something of the danger people represented to the herd. But one fateful day, the herd was chased by a huge black creature in the sky, and the yearling was separated from his mother. In blind panic he ran, but he could not outdistance ...more
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Published May 8th 2009 by Tundra Books (first published February 12th 2008)
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This was a very good book about a horse, his accomplishments, and the people who loved him.
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Fosta: Marathon MasterThe Racehorse

A wild mustang, born in the isolated Winnemucca area of Nevada, becomes one-of-a-kind in the dressage ring. Judy Andrekson’s third book in the True Horse Stories series, JB Andrew: Mustang Magic, describes how JB Andrew is captured from the wild and comes to be loved by two women. Bought for $125, this spirited wild horse gains success in the challenging and highly difficult showmanship sport of dressage, winning many trophies and ribbons, and becoming the firs
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As I was reading this I was saying to myself "Why is this so easy to read...and short!?!?!"

And then I realized this was a children's book...

So I'm an idiot for not understanding that hahaha granted that it is a children's book, I will say that it seemed to me the author didn't have a ton of horse experience.

That is all...
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Tundra author Judy Andrekson grew up in Nova Scotia with a pen in one hand and a lead rope in the other. At the age of twenty, she moved to Alberta, where she could pursue her great love of horses, and there she found her dream job managing a thoroughbred racing/breeding farm. By her thirties, Judy had also begun to write seriously. Now she combines both of her passions in her new series for young ...more
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Other Books in the Series

True Horse Stories (6 books)
  • Gunner: Hurricane Horse
  • Miskeen: The Dancing Horse
  • Brigadier: Gentle Hero
  • Little Squire: The Jumping Pony
  • Fosta: Marathon Master
Gunner: Hurricane Horse Brigadier: Gentle Hero Miskeen: The Dancing Horse Little Squire: The Jumping Pony Fosta: Marathon Master

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