Although this is obviously an attempt at humor, unfortunately there's too much truth in this photo.
Females are involved with horses in much greater numbers than males. Studies suggest 90% of those participating in horse activities are female. Any ideas why?
The new series has good themes for younger readers, but I can't get past the foolish, dangerous things done with the horses. The dad is portrayed unfavorably.
It wasn’t a totally satisfying conclusion. I was hoping for more of a "happily-ever-after" ending, but it is only a book after all, and the characters aren’t real.
Winnie’s difficulties working with the foal and Amigo in this book are puzzling since she was portrayed in the first book as able to tame a wild horse in a week.
Winnie rushes home expecting to find something wrong with her horse. She finds Nickers is fine, but discovers a sickly horse in the pasture.
Sardinian (or Sicilian) donkeys originated in Sardinia, an island in the Mediterranean west of Italy.
“I am the light of the world. He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life.” John 8:12