Belinda Rapley



Belinda Rapley has been immersed in the world of horses since she was 11, starting out with riding lessons and holiday hacks. She later gained a Diploma in Horse Studies and qualified as a riding instructor. She has also worked in showjumping and in a flat racing yard. Away from horses, Belinda has an English degree from UCL and has written for Horse and Hound online. She is currently training to be a social worker in Children and Young People's services.

Average rating: 4.24 · 188 ratings · 16 reviews · 7 distinct works
Moonlight: Star of the Show...

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Puzzle the Runaway Pony (Th...

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Scout and the Mystery of th...

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Foxy: Rivalry at Summer Cam...

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Stormchaser and the Silver ...

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Phantom: One Last Chance (T...

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“off a different lane entirely.” “Oh, right. Well, maybe we’ll get to see that another day,” Mia smiled, her heart rate rising. “Thanks!” The old lady nodded, then watched as the girls turned their ponies. Mia, Rosie and Charlie couldn’t keep the smiles from their faces as they headed through the trees and back across the brook onto the Dovecote estate. “So, there are hoof prints in the brook right opposite the most remote corner of Chestnut Grove,” Charlie said in a rush. “Which means that Freddie could easily have led Foxy from his paddock,” Mia figured, “across this brook, then hidden him in Dovecote Hall!” “We’d better hurry up, then,” Rosie said, starting to get excited. “We haven’t got long to check out the rest of the estate and find Foxy!”
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“then finished off over”
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“and the grazes are deep but not life-threatening. He’s”
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