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Series: Famous Horse Stories

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Works (33)

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Amigo, Circus Horse by Page Cooper
Beyond Rope and Fence by David Grew
Black Tiger by Thomas C. Hinkle
Bluegrass Champion by Dorothy Lyons
The Buckskin Colt by David Grew
Cinchfoot,: The story of a range horse, by Thomas C. Hinkle
Dapple Gray by Thomas C. Hinkle
The golden stallion to the rescue by Rutherford George Montgomery
The Golden Stallion's Victory by Rutherford George Montgomery
Hoofbeats, the great horse stories of John Taintor Foote by John Taintor Foote
Hurricane Pinto; the story of an outlaw horse by Thomas C. Hinkle
Indian Paint : The Story of an Indian Pony by Glenn Balch
Kentucky Derby winner by Isabel McLennan McMeekin
Laurie by Estelle Barnes Clapp
Lost Horse by Glenn Balch
The Magnificent Barb: The Horse with the Magical Foot by Dana Faralla
Midnight by Rutherford George Montgomery
Mountain pony and the elkhorn mystery by Henry V. Larom
Mountain Pony and the Pinto Colt by Henry V. Larom
Mountain Pony and the Rodeo Mystery by Henry V. Larom
Mountain Pony: A Story of the Wyoming Rockies by Henry V. Larom
Mustang, a Horse of the Old West [A Famous Hinkle Horse Story series] by Thomas C. Hinkle
The Phantom Roan by Stephen Holt
Prairie Colt by Stephen Holt
The Sorrel Stallion: The Horse That Came Home (Famous Horse Stories Series) by David Grew
Spook, the Mustang by Harlan Thompson
Stormy by Stephen Holt
Strawberry Roan by Don Lang
Ticktock and Jim: The Story of a Modern Pony Express by Keith Robertson
Tomahawk, fighting horse of the old West, by Thomas C. Hinkle
Tornado Boy by Thomas C. Hinkle
The Whistling Stallion by Stephen Holt
Wild Palomino: Stallion of the Prairies by Stephen Holt

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