MIDNIGHT Champion Bucking Horse by Sam Savitt
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MIDNIGHT Champion Bucking Horse

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Authenticity charges this simple story of one famous rodeo horse's refusal to be ridden. Midnight was a horse who couldn't accept the thesis that the Horse is man's faithful servant. He believed that ""man's place was on the ground"": in truth he had dedicated his life to keeping him there. Midnight's bucking career is presented through the eyes of three famous bronc riders -- Jim McNab, Verne Elliot and Pete Knight. Sam Savitt has style both as artist and writer. He uses both his talents in a portrait of a wildly willful, rebellious champion whom no cowboy rode for longer than seven seconds.

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1957
Publisher: Dutton