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Tessa and Veronica are best friends? That's the way it looks. Instead of hanging out with the Saddle Club, Tessa is spending all her time with Veronica. They talk together, shop together, and even ride together! Veronica is thrilled and can already see herself invited back to England to meet the Royals. Stevie, Carole, and Lisa are confused. Have they lost one of their best friends to their worst enemy?Could it be that Veronica and Tessa have managed to bury the hatchet? Or is there something else going on?
Phil Marsten isn't just Stevie Lake's boyfriend. He's a fellow rider and he knows how to push all Stevie's buttons. When he issues a riding challenge that she can't turn down, Stevie starts training Belle intensely.
The Saddle Club is in for some real excitement when Stevie's boyfriend, Phil, invites them, along with a few other kids from their Pony Club, to participate in a genuine fox hunt. Stevie, Lisa, and Carole can't wait for the event to begin -- especially when they find out that no harm will come to the fox! But first, to give everyone a chance to learn the ropes, there's a mock hunt at Pine Hollow Stables. As the most devious of the bunch, Stevie is chosen to play the fox. Yet on the day of the hunt, she'll discover she isn't the only one who's devious... when her prank-playing brothers get involved in the chase!
Tallyho!The Saddle Club is in for some real excitement when Stevie's boyfriend, Phil, invites them, along with a few other kids from their Pony Club, to participate in a genuine fox hunt. Stevie, Lisa, and Carole can't wait for the event to begin--especially when they find out that no harm will come to the fox! But first, to give everyone a chance to learn the ropes, there's a mock hunt at Pine Hollow Stables. As the most devious of the bunch, Stevie is chosen to play the fox. Yet on the day of the hunt, she'll discover she isn't the only one who's devious . . . when her prank-playing brothers get involved in the chase!
From endings to new beginnings. Carole Hanson's work with a problem horse is really paying off, and with Pine Hollow expanding, her future's set -- isn't it? Stevie Lake is stretching herself to the limit, but so far she's making it all work -- isn't she? Callie Forester has confronted her fears; problem solved -- right? Lisa Atwood's falling for a gorgeous guy who feels the same -- doesn't he? One night changes all the questions -- but the new answers aren't any easier to find.
When Lisa, Carole, and Stevie head west to the Bar None Ranch, they have a great time planning a Halloween party with their friend Kate and John, a Native American boy who works on the ranch. The Saddle Club is also thrilled when they get the chance to see a herd of wild horses, including the beautiful gray stallion that Kate wants to adopt. Then John tells the girls a mysterious Indian legend about a gray stallion and warn Kate to keep her distance from the one in the herd. Is john just playing a holloween trick, or is Kate about to ride into danger? The Saddle Club is determined to find out!
Stevie Lake is ecstatic. After years of wanting a horse of her own, her parents have given her "No-Name," a beautiful Arabian-Saddle bred.
The Saddle Club members try to persuade the owner of a probable champion to get him qualified and also rescue a broken, battered horse that needs a home.
When a person makes a decision, do not interfere if that decision does not sound good to you. Everyone thinks to their best ability and necessity.
Grounded! Carole Hanson can't believe it. One careless act and everything's changed. It seems as if she's been stuck at home forever. Then her parents give her one day of freedom. Nothing could be better than spending it with her boyfriend, Phil, and their friend A.J. -- until his behavior puts them all at risk.
Stevie's on the loose in New York City!Stevie Lake thinks she knows everything there is to know about getting along in New York City -- until she meets Regina Evans. Regina is the daughter of a New York friend of Stevie's mom. When Stevie and her mother visit the city, Mrs. Lake and Mrs. Evans catch up on old times -- while Regina introduces Stevie to her friends and their favorite hangouts.It's a lot of fun until an accident leaves Regina and Stevie in real danger. But just when things look worst, Stevie gets a chance to prove that a horse can always save the day -- even in New York City
When Max Regnery, manager at Pine Hollow Stables, begins acting strangely, Lisa, Carole, and Stevie decide to find him a new girlfriend, but Max is not exactly pleased to be the focus of one of the girls' schemes.
It's Carole's birthday, and the Saddle Club is planning an extra-special celebration. They're having their first boy-girl party, which will include a romantic moonlit hayride. When snooty Veronica diAngelo hears about their plans, she assumes she isn't invited. And now Veronica is determined to wreck the party--and steal one of the Saddle Club's boyfriends!
Carole Hanson and Lisa Atwood discover that romance can appear in unanticipated places. No one takes in that their friend Callie Forester may be getting into trouble. She won't let anything deter her from her goal, which right now is to get back into competitive riding. So each day she takes to the trails around Pine Hollow for hours at a time, all alone. But the woods may not be as empty as she thinks.
When Stevie and her boyfriend, Phil Marsten, go on the Mountain Trail Overnight, a three-day trail ride, the tension between them grows, and the trip may trigger the end of their relationship.
When love's at stake, the sky's the limit! Just when Carole Hanson thinks she knows where things stand with Ben Marlow, an old boyfriend reappears and sweeps her off her feet. Suddenly everything is roses and candlelight, and it's perfect. Lisa Atwood's romance isn't perfect anymore. She and Alex Lake have put their relationship on hold for a while and have agreed to see other people. Lisa knows Alex isn't sitting at home, so neither should she. Callie Forester isn't worrying about romance. She's back in training and determined to be a winner. But Callie isn't the only one on the trails around Pine Hollow. But someone else is in the woods, very interested in what Callie's doing.
Lisa's horrid, bratty cousin is staying with the Atwoods. The nine-year-old nightmare child acts charming around adults, but to other kids, she's a menace. Now she's trying to get the Saddle Club into trouble and it's working. No one believes that little Amelia broke an expensive hobbyhorse the Atwoods own. Or that she spooked old Patch into causing a stampede that almost got Pine Hollow's owner crushed. Instead, fingers are being pointed at the Saddle Club. Can Lisa, Stevie, and Carole clear their good names?
The Saddle Club is baby-sitting. 6-month-old Maxi isn't ready to go to bed. They spend the night playing with her until she tires out. Then a late night phone call takes them to the aid of a next-door stable's horses. But what about Maxi?
Lisa's love of horses has grown over the past few months. As a member of the Saddle Club, she feels it's her duty to spread the word about all the good things happening at Pine Hollow Stables. But when her new column, Hoof Beat, starts running weekly in the local paper, Lisa's not getting the happy reaction she expected. Is there a difference between telling the facts, and reporting the news?
The girls in the Saddle Club are making New Year's resolutions, but keeping them won't be easy. Can Stevie be nice to Veronica for a whole month? Can Lisa learn embroidery to make her mother happy? And will Carole give up junk food? The first one to waver from their resolution must pay a price!
The Saddle Club's number-one practical joker, Stevie Lake, has decided to reform. The only problem is, nobody believes her. Things get worse for poor Stevie when she tries to shoot a movie for school--Cinderella on horseback. After all, just because she's given up playing pranks on people, it doesn't mean she's given up wild schemes. But when no one in the cast cooperates, Stevie decides she has to revert to her old, practical joking ways . . . and then some. Watch out, Pine Hollow!
HORSE CARE IS MORE THAN RIDING. When Lisa Atwood and her mother visit friends in a nearby town, Lisa doesn't expect to have a good time. She doesn't seem to have a lot in common with Marguerite, the friend's daughter, so it could be a long afternoon. But when Marguerite suggests that she and Lisa go riding, things start to look up. Marguerite's horse is gorgeous, and she's very pleased with it. In fact, she's so pleased that she rides off and leaves Lisa on a strange trail. Lisa doesn't mind too much--her horse is old but sweet-natured and it's a nice day. Then the mare stumbles, and Lisa is thrown. She can't ride and she can't walk. She's alone with just the horse for company. Can the horse care for Lisa and keep her safe until help arrives?
Carole Hanson and Stevie Lake have been best friends ever since they met at Pine Hollow Stables. So when Lisa Atwood joins their ridinggroup, the girls aren't sure she's got what it takes. Lisa may be the smartest student in the classroom, but she's got a lot to learn when it comes to horses. . . .
Stevie Lake's a mom-to eight fuzzy goslings!Stevie Lake entered a contest to win a down comforter. Instead she got a new "family"-a nestful of goose eggs. But when the eggs hatch, it's love at first sight for Stevie and the goslings. Now Stevie's learning that being a mom is hard work: the goslings want to go everywhere Stevie goes, even to Pine Hollow. Stevie has to keep her "kids" safe while trying to learn a new skill-vaulting. The Saddle Club is determined to master vaulting and show Veronica diAngelo that success takes more than fancy coaches. Can they pull this off? Or is The Saddle Club plus eight goslings and one vaulting horse a recipe for disaster?
January is the cruelest month, at least for the Saddle Club. The weather is miserable: cold, rainy, and muddy. No one can go riding outside, and everyone is sick and tired of being inside. The only things left to do are clean tack and ride in the indoor ring. The Saddle Club is bored--bored of riding and even of horses. So what can they do? Lisa decides to try her hand at needlepoint--can't get much further away from riding than that. Carole decides that this would be the perfect opportunity to write a great novel. And Stevie decides that a little time in the kitchen whipping up treats sounds like a great idea. Will these activities help them rediscover their love of horses? Or is the Saddle Club about to untack for good?
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