Routine Hinkle fare along routine wild horse story lines, but the market for these seems insatiable. The focus here is on...

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Routine Hinkle fare along routine wild horse story lines, but the market for these seems insatiable. The focus here is on the friendship between a young horse and the cowboy who captured him as a colt and trained him, a friendship surmounting disaster, loss, cruelty on the part of his successive captors, and another taste of freedom of the range before they found each other again. Slightly better written.

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Publisher: Morrow

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947