Mustang Moon (Phantom Stallion #2) by Terri Farley

By Terri Farley

Whilst 13-year-old Samantha returns domestic to her family?s farm animals ranch in Nevada, she?s fearful. She moved away years in the past to get over a nasty fall off her loved mustang, Blackie, and she?s nonetheless unsure she will be able to come again within the saddle. Her new colt doesn?t appear to like her, and the opposite ranchers deal with her just like the boss?s spoiled daughter, and Blackie has been lacking on account that that fateful day. yet that?s just the start. whilst Sam all of sudden unearths the destiny of a mysterious mustang who may possibly or will not be the lacking Blackie resting in her arms, she has to benefit to be a true cowgirl, prepared or now not. The vintage subject matter of a woman and her horse is decided opposed to a backdrop of mustangs, tumbleweeds, and a West that?s nonetheless Wild. Phantom Stallion #2: Mustang Moon A rogue mustang is stealing mares, however the Phantom is taking the blame. It?s as much as Sam to shield his innocence and his existence. a long time 10+

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In the last pasture, a dozen assorted horses left off 32 / Phantom Stallion grazing. Tails swishing, grass dripping from their muzzles, they watched the car drive by. Sam would bet they were off-duty cow horses. A line of redwood hitching posts, polished and fitted with brass tie rings, led them further up the driveway. Sam finally recognized a round pen similar to the one at home. An animal moved inside, but she couldn’t see through the closely placed rails. What Sam did not recognize was the structure up ahead.

That included a villain like Linc Slocum. S. government agreed Slocum was bad news. The BLM had denied Slocum the right to adopt a mustang. Slocum had admitted he hadn’t reported the harassment of a wild horse. That was grounds for denial. 26 Terri Farley / 27 What Slocum had really done was worse. With a truck, he’d chased the Phantom for miles. As the stallion began to tire, Slocum roped him. The stallion might have won the tug-of-war, except that the end of the rope was tied to a barrel full of concrete.

Sam thought of the blue roan. He’d been after the Phantom’s mares today. And she’d seen him right outside the kitchen door, but if she said that, she’d be grounded. “I hate to contradict a lady,” Slocum said. ” Sam suspected Slocum of lurking on the ridge above the River Bend at night, spying with binoculars. But Sam kept her lips pressed together hard, and lagged behind Gram and Slocum as they left the round pen. Gram was quiet, until they reached the Buick. “If you’re talking about the gray mustang,” Gram said, once more refusing to call him the Phantom, “I don’t think he’s been any closer than the river.

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