An elementary school teacher believed the fluff of a picturesque brochure and signed up for the adventure of a lifetime, on horseback in the High Sierra's. Before she had time to question her own sanity, she ends up smack in the middle of driving a herd of horses and mules over one hundred miles, in just four days. The terrain was brutal. In the evenings worn out bodies were refueled with alcohol. The mixture of high altitudes, exhaustion and strong liquor led to explosive, outlandish behavior, as riders celebrated and stories flowed. Rider Down is filled with romance a splash of humor and fast paced dialogue with characters so real that you can almost touch them. ~~~~~~~~~~Author Bio~~~~~~~~~~ Debbie Madison is nicknamed: The Pink Cowgirl. Her natural passion for horses has carried her all over the country on horseback. A, "bring it on" attitude, propels her ambition to remain close to horses. Her driving enthusiasm and optimistic outlook on life, keep her in the saddle and always on the edge of another adventure. RIDER DOWN, her fist of many pending novels, reflects the reality and insanity of her real life adventures with horses. ~~~~~~~~~~1stWorldPublishing.com~~~~~~~~~
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