Amy enjoys Clown even though he likes to live up to his name. Maybe he will become a reformed character… Dagmar is seriously pleased when ponies arrive in the field next to her paddock. And even more pleased when she gets to naming them. This story also shows that being disabled can be enabling.
Amy and Clown - Book 4
Amy, Dagmar, Carla, Jack and Blister have been to several indoor jumping events. Between them, they are taking most of the rosettes, with Carla scooping the cups. But they are also collecting enemies. Chief bully and bad loser, William Flint, targets Blister who cannot defend himself. Kelly Flint concentrates on making Dagmar’s life a misery. […]
Amy and Clown - Book 3
Amy loves Arab horses, especially Pasha. She used to dream of riding, or even owning him – but he was given to Holly. Now, suddenly, everything changes: tragedy reawakens the dream… but too late. Amy is trapped between Holly’s desperation and reality. Who is the Mystery Rider? How will Dagmar survive her worst nightmare? And […]
Amy and Clown - Book 2
Do Amy and her friends want Blister Parkin and his mad pony to join them? Mixed feelings. Blister gives Amy some ‘important information’. Who is the pony on the torn-out page of a magazine? Who does Clown really belong to? Will she have to move away from her friends? Amy is worried sick.
Amy and Clown - Book 1
Amy had longed for a classy, well-trained pony who would win her lots of rosettes. But Great Aunt Myrtle bought Clown, a clever pony who is full of horrible tricks. Amy hates him. He bites and bucks and she often cannot catch him. Who is Dagmar and where does her finely-bred horse come from? Trouble […]