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Riding Class

by Bonnie Bryant

Emily has cerebral palsy, but she and her specially trained horse get around just fine. The Saddle Club girls make friends with Emily and even take her on her first trail ride.

Riding Lesson (Saddle Club #36)

by Bonnie Bryant

Jasmine can't stand it when Wil teases her horse. May wants to teach him a lesson. But she wants May to back off. May begins helping Corey train her pony for the scavenger hunt at Pine Hollow Stables. Soon she finds a better way to stop a bully.

Riding to Win (Pine Hollow #9)

by Bonnie Bryant

The Saddle Club girls, now in high school, continue having adventures.

Rocking Horse (Saddle Club #77)

by Bonnie Bryant

It's time for the annual Willow Creek Junior High spring dance. Since the dance is open to everyone, the Saddle Club will be there and so will Stevie's boyfriend, Phil. Unfortunately, this also means that Veronica diAngelo will be there. The Saddle Club is determined not to let Veronica ruin their fun. But Veronica has her own plans. She arranges for the Saddle Club to be stuck at Pine Hollow the night of the dance--taking care of her horse, Danny. But when the Saddle Club decides to go to the dance after all, Veronica is the one in for a surprise. They bring Danny with them, proving once and for all that he's a horse with a rock-and-roll soul.

Rodeo Rider

by Bonnie Bryant

STEVIE, CAROLE, AND Lisa are off to Texas to visit their friend Kate Devine at her family's ranch--the Bar None. It's the perfect time to visit, since the annual rodeo has come to town! The girls decide they don't want to just watch the wranglers compete; they're going to enter the competition too.And they need every minute to practice if they're going to go up against real cowboys. But when they realize someone's trying to sabotage the Bar None competitors, the girls' real work begins. And it's just the kind of work the Saddle Club is made for.

Saddle Sore

by Bonnie Bryant

The girls of the Saddle Club--Stevie Lake, Carole Hanson, and Lisa Atwood--and their friend Emily have headed West to the Bar None Dude Ranch. Emily has cerebral palsy. She's helping the ranch's owner make it accessible to riders with special needs. At the ranch, they meet a girl their own age--a former rider who has lost part of her leg in a motorbike accident. She doesn't plan to get on a horse ever again. In the meantime, the Saddle Club and Emily are riding so much, they're saddle sore! Is it possible to have too much of a good thing?

Saddlebags (Saddle Club #42)

by Bonnie Bryant

The girls' and their parents visit Kate Devine's ranch but parents act funny. The girls are wishing that they or the "Saddlebags" hadn't come. A downpour breaks out while the parents are off exploring. The girls know they are in grave danger.

Schooling Horse

by Bonnie Bryant

Lisa Atwood thinks she is finally getting a horse of her very own. A new horse has arrived at Pine Hollow and Lisa is convinced that her parents are planning to buy it for her, so of course she volunteers to help school it. But training this horse is a lot more difficult then Lisa thought--in fact, it turns out to be dangerous. Meanwhile, Carole Hanson is having schooling problems of her own. She's about to fail a course, and she doesn't know where to turn for help. Should she try to struggle through on her own? Or admit defeat and just give up? Can the Saddle Club turn these two schooling disasters into happy endings?

Sea Horse (Saddle Club #14)

by Bonnie Bryant

The Saddle club members feel sad they won't be together for Christmas. But no one's holiday is smooth, especially Lisa's. She has a fall while riding. As Lisa's confidence in drops, a dangerous mishap puts her horseback skills to the ultimate test.

Secret Horse (Saddle Club #86)

by Bonnie Bryant

Stevie, Carole, and Lisa are hoping to compete in a prestigious horse show. So they're doing everything they can to stay in stable owner Max Regnery's good graces, including lots of extra chores around Pine Hollow.

Secret of the Stallion

by Bonnie Bryant

The Saddle Club is in England for a show on the grounds of an old estate where a past duke and his beloved stallion died and where, legend has it, the duke buried treasure.

The Secret of the Stallion (Saddle Club Super #2)

by Bonnie Bryant

This book is about three girls and how they were going to go to a show. But one of the girls did some research and found out that there was a secret treasure buried nearby.

Setting the Pace (Pine Hollow #15)

by Bonnie Bryant

Carole Hanson never knew that falling in love could be so easy. Cam may be setting the pace, but Carole's right in step. Life just couldn't get any better. But the New Year may bring new challenges for Carole and for her friends Stevie Lake and Lisa Atwood. While Stevie helps a friend confront his past, Lisa looks towards her own future. There are unexpected endings and beginnings for everyone as the old year closes and the new one opens. It just takes courage to keep up the pace.

Show Horse (Saddle Club #25)

by Bonnie Bryant

The Saddle Club can hardly wait for the horse show. Each member of this horse-crazy club has her own personal goal for the show: Stevie wants to win in as many categories as she can, while Carole has vowed to beat Cam Nelson.

Show Judge (Saddle Club #95)

by Bonnie Bryant

It's time for a new project at Horse Wise. Everyone is being paired with a younger rider to learn all about competing in a horse show except Carole Hanson, that is. Carole's going to be the judge, and Veronica diAngelo doesn't think that's right.

Show Jumper

by Bonnie Bryant

The Saddle Club is going to the horse show. So is Veronica diAngelo, and she is already deciding where to display her next blue ribbon. But she may be in for a shock. The Saddle Club has a secret weapon: Samson, the natural born jumper. He and Lisa Atwood could steal the show.As Lisa competes, she realizes that Samson is even better than they thought--and a lot better than she is. And the other riders are mean-spirited and seem to think that winning means destroying the competition, not just doing your best. Do Lisa and Samson have the right stuff to take the blue? Or will they have to settle for less than their best.

Shying at Trouble (Pine Hollow #6)

by Bonnie Bryant

Carole Hanson is obsessing over a horse and neglecting everything else, including her own horse, her friends, and her schoolwork. Ben Marlow sees what is going on but can't get anyone else to notice. Then Lisa Atwood and Carole have a fight and stop speaking. Stevie Lake doesn't want to take sides, but she misses the old days when nothing came between them. In addition, she and her boyfriend, Phil, are worried about their friend, A.J., who's learned a secret from the past that threatens his future. Now it's up to Stevie and Phil to help him face it.

Sidesaddle (Saddle Club #88)

by Bonnie Bryant

Tiffani is a new rider at Pine Hollow Stables. Carole and Lisa think she's a good rider, but Stevie can't get over her frilly riding gear. Suddenly Stevie is in competition with Tiffani, determined to win at all costs--even if it means learning to jump fences riding sidesaddle. Sugar and spice and everything nice--is that what Stevie is made of?

Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club #65)

by Bonnie Bryant

Carole used to be the best junior rider at Pine Hollow Stables until a new rider starts taking lessons. She's younger than Carole. If Carole can fight her jealousy, she is the best person to help the motherless girl with her problems.

Snow Ride

by Bonnie Bryant

Enthusiastic about a visit with her friend Dinah in Vermont, Stevie foolishly agrees to accompany Dinah on a ride up the dangerous Rocky Road trail--off-limits to all but the most experienced riders.

Stable Farewell

by Bonnie Bryant

When Veronica diAngelo, a spoiled rich kid, receives a new horse for Christmas she forgets all about Garnet, her beautiful Arabian, making the Saddle Club girls determined to find a new home for the lonely mare.

Stable Groom (Saddle Club #45)

by Bonnie Bryant

Stevie, Carole, and Lisa are ecstatic that stable owner Max Regnery III is about to marry. They can't resist being part of things, so they plan a surprise "bridle" shower for the groom-to-be. Some serious business also needs their attention. The girls want stablehand Red to become a certified riding counselor. Maybe that way, he can be in charge of Pine Hollow Stables while Max is honeymooning and he'll get some respect from bossy Veronica diAngelo. It looks as if disaster will strike when both plans are marred by a mix-up that only The Saddle Club could cause!

Stable Hearts

by Bonnie Bryant

Stevie, Carole, and Lisa are having a blast making plans for the Valentine's Day barn dance at Pine Hollow. Unfortunately, Stevie's boyfriend wants her to go to the dance at his school on the same night. Now Stevie has to figure out how to be in two places at once. In the meantime, The Saddle Club girls have to keep a new rider at Pine Hollow--pesky, old Mr. Stowe--out of Mrs. Reg's hair. What would Mrs. Reg do without them!

Stable Manners (Saddle Club #28)

by Bonnie Bryant

When three members of the Saddle Club participate in a special event at Pine Hollow Stables, Carole uses the opportunity to impress a cute rider named Cam Nelson.

Stable Witch (Saddle Club #41)

by Bonnie Bryant

When Veronica diAngelo, a rider at Pine Hollow Stables, discovers that her stirrup leathers have been cut before an important hunter jumping exhibition, everyone assumes that practical joker Stevie Lake had something to do with it. After all, Stevie recently served her friends pancakes made out of plaster of Paris, and it's a well-known fact that Stevie and the rest of The Saddle Club can't stand snooty Veronica diAngelo. But would Stevie actually try to sabotage another rider -- and risk injuring her valuable Arabian? If Stevie didn't cut Veronica's leathers, then who did? Is it the work of a "witch" at the stable? And will The Saddle Club ever manage to clear Stevie's name?

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