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Series: Haavikon ravitalli

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Ravaa voittoon by Merja Jalo1
Syntynyt ravuriksi by Merja Jalo2
Ravuri pohjoisesta by Merja Jalo3
Kaikkien aikojen ravivalmentaja by Merja Jalo4
Raviratojen häirikkö by Merja Jalo5
Naapurin hevostyttö by Merja Jalo6
Ravirieha by Merja Jalo7
Iltaravit by Merja Jalo8
Ravimiehen heili by Merja Jalo9
Valjasvarkaat by Merja Jalo10
Tulta kavioon by Merja Jalo11
Ravitytön tähtihetki by Merja Jalo12
Varsatahti (Haavikko-sarja) (Finnish Edition) by Merja Jalo13
Ohjaksissa Haavikon Jonna by Merja Jalo14
Liinaharja by Merja Jalo15
Poniravit by Merja Jalo16
Ravikesä by Merja Jalo17
Raviveto by Merja Jalo18
Ravipoika by Merja Jalo19
Ravityttö ja pahanilmanlintu by Merja Jalo20

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