MOUNTAIN PONY AND THE PINTO COLT by Henry Larom
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MOUNTAIN PONY AND THE PINTO COLT

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Practically any story about horses will sell, and this one, though it has little that is new, is still a good yarn. Andy Marvin is a tenderfoot, but this is his second summer on his uncle's Wyoming ranch, and he wins his spurs in the part he takes in tackling an obscure and puzzling form of rustling. It was his devotion to his pony, Sunny, and the friendship of Sunny for the pinto colt that involved Andy in adventures beyond his strength or experience, but he came through, after hair-raising adventures and narrow escapes. Well told.

Pub Date: Nov. 19th, 1947
Publisher: Whittlesey