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Riding Fence

Author : A. H. Holt
ISBN : 0803498012
Genre : Fiction
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Rustlers pushed a herd of Triangle Eight cows and horses through the broken fence. Dan Smithson tracked them til almost dark. He camped and planned to sleep until dawn, but he heard a strange sound. His colt ready in his left hand, he pushed the bushes to one side. A girl and a baby boy huddled there together in the dark, crying for their Pa, who was nowhere to be found. Andre Devereaux paid well for his brother's daughter to be kidnapped and killed so he could inherit the family estate, but she was still alive, caring for the little boy Devereaux had recently made an orphan. It was time to find them and carry out his unfinished business. Dan must recover the Eight's cattle and horses, and protect Anne Marie from her crazed uncle until he can return her safely to her father, a journey that will take him over rough land, with little for protection but his wits and his rifle.
Category: Fiction

Riding Fence

Author : Vic Anderson
ISBN : 1560441003
Genre : Cowboys
File Size : 54.31 MB
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Category: Cowboys

The Cowboy At Work

Author : Fay E. Ward
ISBN : 9780486146232
Genre : History
File Size : 39.38 MB
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Want to know how to throw a half-diamond hitch and wild a branding iron? Interested in the recipe for S. B. stew? This authoritative manual by an old-time cowboy explains it all. 600 black-and-white illustrations.
Category: History

Cowboy Poets Cowboy Poetry

Author : David Stanley
ISBN : 025206836X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book offers the first in-depth examination of a distinctive and community-based tradition rich with larger-than-life heroes, vivid occupational language, humor, and unblinking encounters with birth, death, nature, and animals in the poetry.
Category: Literary Criticism

Surviving Ida

Author : Judianne Lee
ISBN : 9781329203631
Genre : Fiction
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Raine's two-year diary chronicles the abuse of a young girl with an outwardly, seeming charmed life. The terrifying reality is that she is abused physically and mentally by her mother. Raine's daily existence is a dramatic experience of extremes. She has a loving father, her horses and her passion for barrel racing, school, reading, a passion for singing and music. Raine tries to survive the actions of the one person who should protect and love her. But her mother may be the one person who may end her life.
Category: Fiction

Hard Ride

Author : Elmer Kelton
ISBN : 9781250161277
Genre : Fiction
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Bandits, outlaws, romance, and adventure abound in Hard Ride, the second-ever collection of tales of the American West from renowned, seven-time Spur Award-winning author Elmer Kelton Each of Elmer Kelton’s superb stories of the West showcase the strength and power western spirit. They are filled with marvelous characters—from a rodeo clown who seeks redemption via romance, to an outlaw who comes to the aid of ranchers with no other recourse to justice. Powerful Western women feature as importantly as the menfolk here, including a cattle buyer’s daughter who can hold her own with any man on the trail, a renowned lady outlaw who rules her gang with her gun, and a judge’s daughter who is determined to end local mob rule, as “the day of the gun is almost over.” You will meet characters whose devotions and decisions enthrall you long after you put the book down. Imbued with an adventurous spirit, Hard Ride is filled with many heartfelt glimpses into the authentic experience of the American West. These stories encompass an enormous array of scenes from the early days of the Wild West into the twentieth century. Readers of all ages can enjoy these tales, each one filled with a passion for life that’s as vast as the Texas prairie. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

Marshal Rides Alone

Author : Gary Skinner
ISBN : 9781105522031
Genre : Fiction
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The early years of the Arizona Territory were lawless and ruthless. The Arizona Territory Marshal was the only fortress of safety for many of these early pioneers. The peace keeping force was the father of what is now the Arizona Rangers. These men were seldom rewarded and often hunted by those wanting to run roughshod over the early immigrants. This story depicts the struggles that these officers of the peace battled with and eventually triumphed over. Jess Harden is faced with Apache Indians, outlaw gangs, gunfighters, and the hostile of the unforgiving western mountains and deserts. He combats elements and overwhelming opposition to baring his quarry to justice in a court of law. Follow his travel in good times and bad, as he helps tame the western frontier.
Category: Fiction

The American Riding System

Author : Peggy Vurgason
ISBN : 9781465352170
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 34.71 MB
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The American Riding System is a basic foundation system for all types of riding. This book has been structured into grades to combine the flat work with the jumping at each level. I started writing this manuscript for my own use to keep my lessons organized, systemized and categorized. In the mid 70s, my riding lessons were my life. I taught riding as well as continued with my riding education and kept a notebook on all of my lessons. My instructors were George Morris and his assistants, Frank Chapot and Major Dezo Szilagyi. For five years, George allowed me to sit in fields with him and take notes while watching him teach. This was a tremendous asset to my teaching skills
Category: Sports & Recreation

Song On A Blue Guitar

Author : Dorothy Cave
ISBN : 9780865343498
Genre : Fiction
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An old promise, a new ghost, and a resurgent mystery send rancher Joe Steele in search of Toro Duran, his army buddy of some 50 years and a war ago. In a barrio called Tuceros Joe finds himself sucked into a fight Toro and his offbeat amigos are waging to save their cantina and its wildly decorated outhouse?
Category: Fiction

Reflections On Riding And Jumping

Author : William Steinkraus
ISBN : 9781570766022
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A revised and updated edition of a classic work on horses and horsemanship by one of the most acclaimed riders in show jumping history.
Category: Sports & Recreation