The Saddle Club: Horse Sense & Horse Power by Bonnie Bryant
  

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The Saddle Club: Horse Sense & Horse Power by Bonnie Bryant

Horse Sense: The Saddle Club is in trouble! Stevie has been picked by Max, the owner of Pine Hollow Stables, to plan some games for its upcoming horse show. And Carole is busy helping the vet care for Delilah, the mare who is soon to give birth to a foal sired by Cobalt, Carole's beloved stallion. Neither of them seem to have any time for Lisa, who's been drawing up an elaborate constitution for the club, including rules for meeting attendance. Lisa is getting tired of being the only one at club meetings! Unless the girls decide to stick together, there won't be any Saddle Club and no fun at Pine Hollow Stables. And isn't that what the Saddle Club is all about? Horse Powe: The Saddle Club members are buzzing with excitement. For weeks, they've been planning Pine Hollow Stables' gymkhana, a day of games and races for young riders. As the day draws near, Carole introduces the other girls to her new friend, Kate Devine. Carole begins to teach Kate the basics of riding, only to find out that Kate is much more experienced than she's letting on - she's a championship rider!

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About the Author

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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Format

Paperback
288 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Bonnie Bryant
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Publisher

Bantam Children an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

4th September 2014

ISBN

9780857513793


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