I Rode a Winner

I Rode a Winner[Reading] ➷ I Rode a Winner By Christine Pullein-Thompson – Heartforum.co.uk That mare s mad, Tina had said, but I knew that Cleo could be a champion, now I had to prove it As we waited in the collecting ring, I knew we stood between Bullrock Stables and disaster, Cleo had to That mare s mad, Tina had said, but I knew that Cleo could be a champion, now I had to prove it As we waited in the collecting ring, I knew we stood between Bullrock Stables and disaster, Cleo had to win.

The Pullein Thompson sisters Josephine Pullein Thompson MBE April , Diana Pullein Thompson born October and Christine Pullein Thompson October December are British writers of several horse and pony books mostly fictional aimed at children and mostly popular with girls They started at a very young age initially writing collectively and they were at their peak in the s and s, but their popularity has endured They have written a collective autobiography I Rode PDF \ Fair Girls and Grey HorsesAll sisters have written at least book under a different name Josephine wrote under the pseudonym of Josephine Mann, Diana books under her married name of Diana Farr and Christine wrote books under the name of Christine Keir Their mother, Joanna Cannan , sister of the poet May Cannan, wrote similar equestrian stories, but is better known for detective mysteries.

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  • I Rode a Winner
  • Christine Pullein-Thompson
  • 15 December 2019
  • 0006910661

10 thoughts on “I Rode a Winner

  1. Tania says:

    A beautifully written exploration of broken homes and the bond between siblings, I Rode a Winner will give you hope and break your heart at the same time Young Debbie finds herself displaced as her mother and father go through a painful divorce She s sent to live with her much older brother, but she s surprised at how much nicer and happier he s become since getting married and setting out on his own path He owns a horse stable and rides event horses, and Debbie is expected to earn her keep A beautifully written exploration of broken homes and the bond between siblings, I Rode a Winner will give you hope and break your heart at the same time Young Debbie finds herself displaced as her mother and father go through a painful divorce She s sent to live with her much older brother, but she s surprised at how much nicer and happier he s become since getting married and setting out on his own path He owns a horse stable and rides event horses, and Debbie is expected to earn her keep She s not at all amused, and yet the horse life quickly gets to her and soon she s unrecognizable strong and confident and perhaps even happy Challenges don t end, but Debbie finds she s ready to tackle them, even as her parents start to think about what might be best for her future This is a wonderful horse book, a fantastic coming of age story, and a realistic look at how broken homes affect the children

  2. Debbie Tink says:

    I have loved this story since I first read it from our local library.At first Debbie is a very mixed up young girl after her peronts devours, but then she go s to live with her much older brother and his wife at there riding yard.And Debbie finds she really gets and under stands horses.

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