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Young Black Stallion: A Horse Called Raven

by Steven Farley

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Danielle is working at Alec Ramsay's stable, but she still has a long way to go before she can buy back Redman. When a dangerous flu virus strikes a neighboring farm and most of the horses are moved, Danielle is crushed to learn she's temporarily out of a job. Then the little black colt to whom she's beginning to grow attached falls ill, and Danielle's priorities begin to change...  

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Danielle is working at the stables with famous jockey Alec Ramsay. She is earning money to buy back her horse Redman, and helping to raise a little black colt destined to become a champion racehorse.

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