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Racinos: Horse Racing's Salvation or Death Knoll
The day that the Belmont Stakes and New York Horse Racing died
Havre de Grace: The Story of a Small Town, a Racetrack, and The Mob
Beloved Bad Boys of Horse Racing
A Bizarre Preakness and The Youngest Jockey To Ever Win One
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
Dahlia: The Globe-Trotting Queen of the Turf
Davona Dale:The Double Triple Crown Winner
The Cinderella Horse Is No Fairytale
Ode to Atlantic City Racecourse
Remembering Walter Medio, the King of A.C.
Fallen Phoenix: The Garden State Park Story
a novel by DAWN LEFEVRE
Teagan Sullivan is a golden disappoint in the show ring. To make matters worse, her family are these big deal Olympic equestrians, so she skulks off to pony Thoroughbreds at a rundown racetrack. But while she excels at equine relations, she sucks at human ones - just ask her sexy blacksmith/sleepover buddy Screaming Wolf. And if she hadn’t gone and rescued that stupid jockey wannabe Anne Simmons, she wouldn’t be saddled with a new roommate, a broken down racehorse and a chance to prove herself to her family at last.
Born two months premature to an anorexic mother, Anne was a longshot just to survive. Now eighteen, she arrives on the backstretch with nothing but a duffel bag and Derby dreams. But the horsemen don’t trust the naïve newcomer so she’s stuck ponying horses instead of riding races. She is still chasing their respect when a near fatal accident shatters her body - and spirit.
As Anne struggles to find the courage to ride again, Teagan wrestles with her feelings for Screaming Wolf. Horse racing’s richest race, Breeder’s Cup Classic, offers them both a chance at redemption. Will Teagan and Anne conquer their fears in time to claim the things that they love most?