City Riders: A New York Story of Riding and Friendship

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John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 99 pages
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An irresistible book for girls who love horses

This is the story, in words and pictures, of three teenage girls -- the "city riders" of the title-whose mutual love of horses fueled their friendship. It sustains them as they balance the demands of schoolwork and chores, the rigors of riding and horse showing, and the disappointments that are typical of young lives. Girls everywhere will be fascinated by these city riders, who take lessons at the oldest surviving public stable in Manhattan, and who groom their horses and clean their tack before heading out through busy streets to ride in Central Park.

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CONTENTS ENNY
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