Summary: Despite her poor background and ferocious competition from more privileged girls, fourteen-year-old Sid pursues her dream of becoming a catch rider–a show rider who can ride anything–with help from her Uncle Wayne.
Summary: Abby Lovitt is put in charge of training the expensive and haughty horse Pie in the Sky after his owner refuses. While trying to get a hold on him, she must deal with the new challenges, both good and bad, that come with being a freshman in high school in 1970’s Northern California.
Summary: In 1930’s Austria, life for Favory Mercurio, a Lipizzaner stallion bearing the crest of the renowned Piber stud, begins with the loss of his mother. From that moment on, the young horse feels different, as if he has a missing piece–even though, he has talent enough to be accepted into the famed Spanish Riding School.
Feiwel and Friends
Summary: Taylor Henry loves horses, but her single mom can’t afford riding lessons, much less a horse. So when she discovers an abandoned gelding and pony, Taylor is happy just to be around them. But the rescued animals have nowhere to go, and Taylor is running out of time to find them a good home. Could the empty old barn on Wildwood Lane be the answer? And could Taylor’s wildest dream of a horse to call her own finally be coming true? 163 p., Scholastic.
Summary: At summer camp Jane feels like an outsider among the cliquish rich girls who board their horses at Sunny Acres farm, and when the horse she has been riding is sold to another camper, she feels even worse until her teacher asks her to help train a beautiful but skittish new horse, and the experience brings out the best in her. 275p., Feiwel and Friends.
Summary: After being abandoned, Chancey, an albino Appaloosa horse, finds a new home with Claire who needs him as much as he needs her, but as his eyesight deteriorates, he and Claire start anew as a therapeutic team. 246 p., Candlewick Press.