Snoopy

Com­ing Sum­mer 2013

FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH: ONE LUCKY MEMOIR

Media Release: A young horse tells his tale

 

finalcoverWhen I was a young horse, I thought if I wasn’t always good, I could at least be use­ful. Then I broke my leg.”

When Snoopy was three years old, he won the 2007 Pacific Coast Quar­ter Horse Asso­ci­a­tion Trail Futu­rity. His trainer and his owner had his career mapped out—he would be cam­paigned around the cir­cuit and qual­ify to be invited to the AQHA World Show.

Then in 2008, Snoopy broke his left hind sesamoid, a small bone in the leg. This injury  can mean any­thing from surgery to euthana­sia. Surgery didn’t guar­an­tee he could be rid­den again, much less shown.

In the tra­di­tion of Black Beauty, this is Snoopy’s  own story, told from his spe­cial point of view. He tells of his youth, his train­ing, his injury, and his long fight to return to the show arena, to prove he’s the same horse he always was, only different.

“The per­fect gift-book for horse-lovers of all ages.”

—Michele Scott, best-selling author

Learn more at Snoopy’s blog, LIKE his Face­book page, or FOL­LOW him on Twit­ter.

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