Bolted

When Katlyn rides a new horse, he bolts, crashing through the arena fence. Now she is terrified she can’t stop a horse. How will she ever be able to ride again? To compound the problem, when her mother learns of the incident, she determines riding is too dangerous and forbids further riding. Despite her fear, Katlyn knows she can’t lose horses from her life. They are too much a part of who she is. More

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About Susan S. Maire

For as long as she can remember, Susan Maire has been in love with and involved with horses. She was finally able to convince her parents to let her take riding lessons when she was twelve years old. She has spent most of her life since then, spending every free moment either with her horses or her dogs. She has also taught owners the basics of riding and dog obedience and has coached many in the finer arts of showing both horses and dogs. She has first-hand experience with the sometimes difficult, sometimes scary, but always challenging and exciting journey to becoming one with a horse, and has partnered with riders to experience this same connection with their own horses. Mrs. Maire has shown horses over the years winning regional awards and earning her Century Club award, where the combined age of the rider and horse in competition must equal one hundred or more. With children of her own who are riders and years of teaching, Mrs. Maire is well versed in the teen angst of indecision, doubts, fears, and triumphs involved in becoming a skilled equestrian.

She is a published authority on English Setters, having written How to Raise and Train an English Setter, a definitive guide to the breed, in 1964. She has recently published a historical novel of William the Conqueror and King Harold II entitled The Oath, utilizing her training as an attorney to explore William’s alleged right to the English throne.

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