“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
I liked this book the best of the series so far. Parents should be aware the main topic is divorce, although that doesn’t become clear until the end of the book.
Just another six days until November 12. That would be the third time Winnie, her sister, Lizzy, and their father had celebrated Mrs. Willis’ birthday without her.
An abortion debate in a horse book for eight to twelve-year-olds? Yes. And, Winnie has another improbable training project. Two weeks this time to retrain a jumper.
When Winnie's first training project, Towaco, arrives, she immediately puts him in with Nickers, then seems surprised that the two are fussing with each other.
Am I the only person that doesn’t like the Winnie the Horse Gentler series? Honestly, it makes me wonder at times whether there’s something wrong with me.
I really wanted to like this book, but somehow I just couldn't. My youngest daughter (now 26) remembered the book title, but couldn't remember anything about it.
Eddie Burton has spent much of his young life in prison, and Big Spender, a reject from the race track, are given second chances in this inspiring movie.
Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him; Do not fret because of him who prospers in his way, Because of the man who brings wicked schemes to pass. Psalm 37:7
Have you ever heard of team penning? Ever seen a movie about it? Brooke is torn between wanting her dad to be proud of her and her desire to become a veterinarian.
I can't believe how tiny that fawn is compared to the horse. The horse seems to be carefully avoiding stepping on it.
Patrick quits baseball and has Houston (an alcoholic) train him to be a steeplechase rider to compete against the spoiled, rich son of a nearby stable owner.
Ben Crane is influenced by his daughter, Cale to buy a filly after she breaks a leg during a race. Rehabilitating the horse, Soñador, brings the family together.