Search Results: 'horse back riding'

Search

×
×
×
×
82 results for "horse back riding"
Trouble Rides a Fast Horse By Franklin D. Lincoln
Paperback: $12.00
Ships in 3-5 business days.
The Frontier G-Man is back in a new adventure soaring to new heights with high flying danger. This time government agent Jack Clayton is investigating a slick counterfeit ring in the southwest. He is... More > distracted by a gang of bad boys who have robbed and pillaged the entire area, leaving death and destruction in their wake. A wild chase leads the Frontier G-Man into a fast brewing range war, treachery, deceit and border bandits.< Less
Horseback Riding By Trisha Greenbush
Paperback: $21.99
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Taken in a small part from real-life experiences, Trisha tells a story of Caroline and Wolfie, who take horseback riding and horse care lessons together. These two do not get along hardly at all.... More > Wolfie is something of a clown and in this story, Caroline just wants to get on with class and be done with it! But Wolfie cannot help but be her usual silly self. In this lesson, Wolfie gets the most stubborn horse in the stables, and when she cannot control him, havoc breaks loose! Bandit and her friend, Oakie-Dokie, are in the audience watching. While Oakie-Dokie finds Wolfie and Caroline in the same class an amusing spectacle, Bandit cannot help but be embarrassed! Find out what happens to get the instructor so upset that she doesn't want to see Wolfie and Caroline come back!< Less
The Ride For God By Jerry Boswell
Paperback: $12.67
Ships in 3-5 business days.
"The Ride For God" shows what God can do with a certain man. Go with Brother Jerry Boswell on his journey from his home church in Valley, Alabama, to Washington, D.C. Riding on a horse... More > named Chester, Boswell shared the Gospel all along the way and raised awareness of the need to get God back in this country. See how God was with him every step of the way!< Less
No Horse Wanted By Shannon Kennedy
Paperback: $13.95
Ships in 3-5 business days.
The only thing that Robin Gibson wants for her sixteenth birthday is a 1968 Presidential Blue Mustang. Following their family tradition, what her parents promise her is a horse of her own, one with... More > four legs, not four wheels. Mom competes in endurance riding, Dad does calf roping, her older brother games and her older sister loves three-day eventing, but Robin proudly says that she doesn’t do horses. She’ll teach her controlling family a lesson by bringing home the worst horse she can find, a starved, abused two-year-old named Twaziem. Robin figures she’ll nurse him back to health, sell him, and have the money for her car. Rescuing and rehabilitating the Morab gelding might be a bigger challenge than what she planned. He comes between her and her family. He upsets her friends when she looks after his needs first. Is he just an investment or is he part of her future? And if she lets him into her heart will she win or will she lose?< Less
Riding the White Horse A True Story of Lonleliness, Devastation and Addiction By Nancy Ann
eBook (PDF): $5.00
Download immediately.
(3 Ratings)
Riding the White Horse is a true account of a young girl that stepped out of her fairytale world onto a path of destruction. Each chapter chronicles her life as she is transformed from innocence to... More > monstrous and directly into the outstretched arms of heroin addiction. The story is written from memory of a painful experience as a junkie and her affection for the needle. Hop on and join her in an adventure as she rides the white horse (heroin) and experience first hand the effects and destruction of addiction. As each occurrence toward devastation is overturned the reader will experience feelings of true compassion then deep disappointment as Nancy consistently returns to the drug filled crime ridden streets. While her dependence on horse worsens and days become darker she ends up a repulsive thief and junkie; wondering how it got this far. But after all is said and done, Nancy hopes to be remembered as the person she is today and the years after she rode the horse back home.< Less
Riding the White Horse A True Story of Lonleliness, Devastation and Addiction By Nancy Ann
Paperback: $8.48
Ships in 3-5 business days.
(3 Ratings)
Riding the White Horse is a true account of a young girl that stepped out of her fairytale world onto a path of destruction. Each chapter chronicles her life as she is transformed from innocence to... More > monstrous and directly into the outstretched arms of heroin addiction. The story is written from memory of a painful experience as a junkie and her affection for the needle. Hop on and join her in an adventure as she rides the white horse (heroin) and experience first hand the effects and destruction of addiction. As each occurrence toward devastation is overturned the reader will experience feelings of true compassion then deep disappointment as Nancy consistently returns to the drug filled crime ridden streets. While her dependence on horse worsens and days become darker she ends up a repulsive thief and junkie; wondering how it got this far. But after all is said and done, Nancy hopes to be remembered as the person she is today and the years after she rode the horse back home.< Less
In Pursuit of a Horse By Christine Meunier
Paperback: $10.16
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Jacqui King has settled in well at her family’s new property Genesis. She has even made some horsey friends. Jacqui’s two close friends Hannah Johnston and Geordie Smith have been told... More > by their parents that they are allowed to each get a pony. It so happens that Hannah has an Aunt Jan who breeds and trains ponies for a living. An invitation is extended to the girls to come to Jan’s place for a short stay to ride her ponies and find two to buy. Jacqui is thrilled at the idea of learning to ride better. Even more exciting is the fact that at the end of their stay, her two close friends will be brining their ponies back to agist at Genesis. Even if she isn’t getting her own pony, Jacqui is delighted for her friends and eager to help them each find their perfect first pony.< Less
Speed of Horses By vincent zach michaelisz
eBook (PDF): $6.54
Download immediately.
Speed of horses Hungarian horseman, herding long horned cattle and show riding, Falls in love with a priest, who admires him. Communism has recently crumbled. But people are slow to get back to... More > church. Communist rulers, government, and managers at work, both used to look down on faith, as affront to Communist rule. People did not dare to go to church, except the old. When the love of horseman and priest is discovered and trouble is hyped up, people react rebelliously. They see the priest as human. They return to church. The bishop has no power to stop the ‘sin’. Free thinking spreads to Jewish rebels too. Struggle grows, but have laws and traditions have any chance to stop the ‘rot’?< Less
Horses of the World By Dee Dee Rivera
Paperback: $85.99
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Do you love horses? Do you own a horse? Or just like reading about them? Are you planning to get a horse and you want to know what kinds there are out there, or what to look foreward to? This book... More > has all the answers you need. This book is packed with information about genetics, the different breeds, how to care for a horse and how to identify different ailments. It even covers a few tips on how to train your horse. Included are color photographs of the more than 300 different breeds of horse, and the different color genetics. Next is a wide and informative look on how to buy a horse, how to transport, train, what to do with a horse that is too old to work or ride. There is even a list of horse resources in the back of the book! This book is a must have for the horse enthusiast!< Less
No Horse Wanted By Shannon Kennedy
eBook (PDF): $5.99
Download immediately.
The only thing that Robin Gibson wants for her sixteenth birthday is a 1968 Presidential Blue Mustang. Following their family tradition, what her parents promise her is a horse of her own, one with... More > four legs, not four wheels. Mom competes in endurance riding, Dad does calf roping, her older brother games and her older sister loves three-day eventing, but Robin proudly says that she doesn’t do horses. She’ll teach her controlling family a lesson by bringing home the worst horse she can find, a starved, abused two-year-old named Twaziem. Robin figures she’ll nurse him back to health, sell him, and have the money for her car. Rescuing and rehabilitating the Morab gelding might be a bigger challenge than what she planned. He comes between her and her family. He upsets her friends when she looks after his needs first. Is he just an investment or is he part of her future? And if she lets him into her heart will she win or will she lose?< Less