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The Billy and Blaze series fueled my desire to have a true companion like Blaze who would accompany me on adventures. Billy and Blaze not only stoked my love of horses, but it taught me to read.
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I devoured every book in the series, and so was understandably crushed when I reached first grade back in the old days reading was not encouraged in kindergarten and was handed a book of stories about Dick, Jane, Sally and Spot. Alison Hart has written over thirty books about horses including the popular Shadow Horse and its sequel Whirlwind. I was a Saddle Club kid. I had a weekly lesson on a school horse and competed in the local Sunday show circuit.
I also had a job at a candy store, non-horsey friends, and an assortment of other hobbies. The Blue Ribbon series, on the other hand, was my daydream: single-minded devotion to a sport and the chance to make it to the Olympics on my gorgeous, gifted horse. All of the girls actually act like teenagers Kate spends the first book in a full Harry-in-Order-of-the-Phoenix snit , but the plots—three narrated by Kate, two by Jesse, and one by Dara—are driven by their relationships with their horses, not by boy or school troubles.
The books have tons of riding, showing, and stable details, which I was totally into. She lives in New York. I never wanted to be a jockey, which is good because I was a moderately tall preteen and a middling, cautious rider.
So Danny settles for slavish devotion to the horse calls Big Red, working as his groom while developing a frankly unhealthy attachment to the racehorse. Danny wanted to be a part of something big, something that transcended the grubby realities of horse racing and adulthood. In his crabby, anxious desire, Danny might as well have been a little girl. Allison Williams is a senior editor at Seattle Met magazine, guidebook author, and journalist.
But very few endeared themselves to me as much as the Thoroughbred series did. A chapter series which, might I add, still holds up a dozen years later. I still have my copies. What of it? The series starts with Ashleigh, whose family lives and works on a Thoroughbred horsebreeding farm. She does all the things normal people do — go to school, deal with family issues — while helping around the farm while she can.
Who she then trains.
And, you know, goes on to be an amazingly awesome racehorse. At first, it was the beautiful description of Beauty, the coal-black horse with the white star and gentle disposition that drew me in. I so longed to ride Beauty, the spunky pony Merrylegs, or even poor, misunderstood and misused Ginger. As I started riding, I learned from John Manly and Joe and Jerry Barker about how wonderful it was just to be around horses in the barn, to care for them and smell like them and endlessly brush them.
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The thing that to this day brings tears to my eyes and makes me wish I could go back in time and write a fan-girl letter to Ms. The fact that this book, this lovely, anthropomorphic love letter to horses, directly led to a change in equine welfare and reduced the mistreatment of horses. That is why I would gift Black Beauty to every young would-be rider. It shows the good, the bad, and the indifferent in the world of horses — but mostly it shows how rewarding it is to treat these generous, lovely animals with love, kindness, and respect.
She lives in Virginia. These days were the best time a non-sporty kid could have in the gym, which smelled like popcorn, not plastic balls and kid-feet. Now, [redacted number] years later, I had to work hard to remember the name of the boy in The Black Stallion. Alec, though, was irrelevant to a girl who just. I bargained.
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It is referenced when Rainbow Dash gives a mini-report that a Pegasus just came back from there, and there was no danger. It is shown, without being identified by name, in Pinkie Pride and again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. In A Royal Problem's locked script, the mayor of Baltimare mentions that Baltimare is where Flash Prance "staged his final resistance against the [ dragon ] horde". The city is present on the official map of Equestria, and on the world overview map in Gameloft's mobile game.
Its name is a play on the real life city called Baltimore. Mentioned in The Stormy Road to Canterlot. It is present on the official map of Equestria. Featured in A Dragon's Bounty. It is present on the official map of Equestria, and on the world overview map in Gameloft's mobile game.
The name is a play on Vancouver. Featured in The Curse of the Statuettes. Unicorn Range is present on the official map of Equestria. Our Town     . A mountain covered in heavy winds featured in Frenemies and on the official map of Equestria. According to Grogar , Gusty the Great stole his Bewitching Bell and hid it in a magically-protected cave at the top of this mountain.
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The mountain and its name are a play on Mount Everest. Its residents include Pipsqueak before a move, Queen Trottingham in a story, and Sassy Saddles before a move. On the official map, it is located in the Griffish Isles east of Equestria. It is also mentioned on Enterplay trading card series 2 46, a card of Sir Lintsalot.
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It is probably a portmanteau of 'Nottingham', an English city, and 'trot', a jogging speed for horses. Its name is a play on Monaco. It is initially thought to be mythical until Twilight and Spike discover its existence. The city name is possibly a reference to the country Wales in the United Kingdom. Mage Meadowbrook stops here during her travels across Equestria, and she saves its population from a terrible epidemic.
Hoofington is a village mentioned by Trixie in Boast Busters as the site of her made-up battle with an ursa. The suffix - ington is derived from old English for "town".
The name is quite similar to that of a political news website, The Huffington Post , and many cities named Huntington , the biggest being Huntington, New York. Two Saddle Arabians standing beside Princess Celestia. Mentioned in the episode Games Ponies Play by Ms. In the episode, she tells Shining Armor that she is "just an ordinary wild mustang from Mustangia".
The name 'Mustangia' is a play on the word 'mustang', a breed of wild horses. The "caverns of Maretania" are said to be a place explored by Star Swirl the Bearded. The name is a play on Mauritania. The duke and duchess of Maretonia appear in attendance of the Equestria Games in the episode of the same name. She is voiced by Bianca Heyward.
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