Fortune and the Golden Trophy (Pony Club Secrets, Book 7) Paperback – 25 Jun 2009
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About the Author
Stacy Gregg loved horses right from the start. Determined to have her own pony, she saved up every cent and by the time she was five, her piggy bank was groaning with enough small change to buy a horse. Unfortunately, her dreams continued to be hampered by the fact that she lived in the city with her exasperatingly 'unhorsey' family. There would be another four frustrating years of cantering on brooms around the Gregg family living room until, finally, her parents went rural and a string of ponies followed.
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Now, she says it was "a good book and she enjoyed it". When I tried to draw her on the characters, the plot and description...she said it was "a good book and she enjoyed it - and what did I mean by those other things".
So...i'm going to give this an I-like-it four stars on the basis that a) she read it from cover to cover and b) it kept her quiet for approximately 4 hours. I'm of the opinion that any reading at her age is good and she's going through all of these with gusto.
On the face of it - me telling you it's a good book based on her feedback is just as subjective as me telling you it's a good book based on my feedback....so you're always going to be taking a bit of a risk!
At the stables she sees a piebald who turns out to be hers. At first Fortune is lazy and grumpy but then their bond improves and they start doing really well in competitions and all sorts of other fun events. This is a very inspiring book. It really shows what Issy is going through and what's happening in the story.
This is quite a long book. If you like it there is a huge series more of books about Issy and her adventures in the next books which I am looking forward to. I would recommend this book to ages 8-10. Better for older girl readers. A must buy. Get it.
equastrian rider who competes nationally and internationally for ireland , ive also breaken horses too .this book justputs my life in a funny gripping way, stacy I would put a bit more about how much soecializing with your none horsey friends is important I have lost a coulpe from it i recommend to make an effort . I read this when I was grooming for my trainor in france . I loved it . I would strongly recommend reading free spirit , my favbook ever . Id recommend teens read this book like me . I love this book💕
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter is passionate about horses and cannot get enough of Stacy Gregg's books. She said they are a good mix of fact and fiction.Published 10 months ago by DD
This book is ok but i sort of found it boring. Probably because i personally think that this book is for 8-10 year old. But it is stil good.😄Published 15 months ago by cat1
My daughter was delighted with the Pony club books ideal for young teenagers!Published 15 months ago by C. Harrison
This book is amazing. There are lots of twists and turns
and I chose a 5 star rating because it couldn't have been better.
I chose this rating because this is such a wonderful book and
Has lots of adventure just wanting to come out.
Needs to be more excitement in it so of it I felt like I was going to fall asleep. But good any wayPublished 20 months ago by FluxDemon13
I love these books I recommend them to any horse mad person I think the youngest person to read them is a 4 year old.Published on 22 Jun. 2014 by Lev