Wednesday, May 24 2017 by Editor
By Katie Navarra Like many young girls, Elizabeth Letts devoured Marguerite Henry’s books. She enthusiastically read each one of the author’s classics from “King of the Wind” to “Misty of Chincoteague” and “Stormy: Misty’s Foal.” The books fueled her pursuit of riding activities and inspired a new interest: the goal of becoming an author. “I
78 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 14 Elizabeth Letts’ Horse Tales 20 Charity: Smiles Forever Animal Rescue and Smiles Pets4Vets 26 Daniel Geitner: Jumping While Staying Grounded 32 Show Jumper Brian Walker Answers Your Questions 36 Show Time: Blenheim Equisports Spring
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By Jan Westmark-Allan A great book! We are knee-deep in the Sidelines OTTB Photo contest and it has been amazing to read each story and see the photos. They are heartwarming and amazing stories and show the strength and determination of the Thoroughbred breed.