Florida Cracker Horses

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Gareth Stevens Pub., 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Horses have proven to be among the most popular of subjects for children of all reading abilities. This series capitalizes on that popularity for the grade 1 and up reader. Each book describes the exciting history of one horse breed, details the markings and other features that qualify a horse as a member of that breed, and describes famous horses of that breed.Ever wonder what happened to the horses left behind by the Spaniards? Did they die off? Migrate? Or just disappear? No, the Spanish horses were welcomed by the Native Americans who trained them into what we know today as Florida Cracker Horses. In this book, readers will be delighted to read about this historic and rare breed, and how the breed became known as today's Florida Cracker Horse.

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About the author (2001)

Victor Gentle is the author of several nonfiction children's books including Big Whales, Cheetahs, and Paints and Pintos.

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