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@FranJurga writes: From the very thorough review of new horse books (mostly juvenile fiction) in Britain, here's an excerpt about some that might be of more interest to adults, including the superb "If Wishes Were Horses" by @susanna_forrest, who also had some great coverage of the British horse meat scandal last week in The Telegraph.
Click throught to read the blog's review of horse books published in 2012.
I'm a huge fan of Jane Badger's Books, Mud and Compost. And Horses. blog and love reading her intense and knowledgable adventures publishing and selling horse books for children, especially the older and out-of-print ones.
The internet has meant so that I could discover and become friends with the likes of Jane Badger, who lives an interesting life in Britain, and Susanna Forrest, a British ex-pat living in Berlin but seems to cover the world in her writing.
BUNNELL, Fla. (AP) - A man accused of riding his horse while intoxicated during a police chase has changed his plea and was sentenced to time served.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal (http://bit.ly/VKmkMq ) reports 29-year-old Charles Larkin Cowart pleaded no contest Tuesday to obstructing an officer without violence and interfering with railroad tracks. He originally pleaded not guilty to the Sept. 24 horseback ride through Bunnell.
Police say Cowart told them he was on his way to this grandmother's house. He refused their request to get off the horse, and took off. Eventually, the horse became exhausted and Cowart ran. He was arrested a short time later...
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