Series: Kit Hunter Show Jumper

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Kit Hunter Show Jumper: The Wild One by Peter Grey1
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: South American Mission by Peter Grey2
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: Rival Riders by Peter Grey3
Pony Stories Featuring Kit Hunter (South American Mission / Rival Riders) by Peter GreyOmnibus 2 & 3
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: Bush Adventure by Peter Grey4
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: The Mystery of the Mine by Peter Grey5
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: Moor Grange Mystery by Peter Grey6
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: Fiesta for Wild One by Peter Grey7
Pony Stories: Featuring Kit Hunter (The Wild One/ Fiesta for Wild One) by Peter GreyOmnibus 1 & 7
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: The Phantom Horse by Peter Grey8
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: Little Outlaw by Peter Grey9
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: The Last Hurdle by Peter Grey10
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: Royal Command by Peter Grey11
Kit Hunter Show Jumper: The Homing Trail by Peter Grey12

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