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A Horse Called Freedom
Freedom’s Echo

Freedom’s Whisper


The Horse Angel (Horse Guardian) Series

Dark Fire

Desert Song

Condor Mountain

Swift Current

Gold Fever

Frantic Flight

Rattlesnake Rock

Sobbekare’s Revenge
Mystic Tide

Silver Dream
Fighting Chance

Wolf Chasm


Whinnies on the Wind

Winter of the Crystal Dances

Spring of the Poacher’s Moon

Summer of Wild Hearts
Autumn in Snake Canyon

Winter of Sinking Waters

Spring of Secrets


Suncatcher

Suncatcher
Sunchaser






Angela Dorsey

Silver Dream

Stabenfeldt, 2007, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell. 152 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 158 pp.


“Joanna knows that her neighbour, old Mr. Thomas, has horses that don't
belong to him. But is he a horse thief, or is the answer to the question much
more complicated? Only Mr Thomas' daughter, Cally, knows the truth, and
she plans on protecting her grandfather at all costs - including the lives of
her horses, and a missing young man...”

Frantic Flight

Stabenfeldt, 2005, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell. 153 pp.

Reprinted as Slave Child, Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 186 pp.




“Giselle is desperate. Her brother Robert is in the hands of men who have a terrible
future staked out for him. So she sets out to try and save her brother - and her
wonderful horse Domi, who is in even worse danger.”

Freedom’s Whisper

Stabenfeldt

Reprinted as Whisper, Enchanted Pony Books, 2012


“Freedom is missing, and so are other horses! Are there horse thieves at work in the area, or
do these mysterious disappearances have something to do with Kara, the strange new girl who
keeps popping up everywhere?”

Dark Fire

Stabenfeldt

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 150 pp.


“Lisa's dad is consumed by anger that he has to sell all his land and horses to a stranger, Mr
Pickering. When he discovers that Lisa, who can't resist visiting the horses, is spending time
at her old manor with Mr Pickering, he gets even more angry. Everything seems to be going
wrong. Then a mysterious girl with golden hair appears out of the blue. She says she'll help
Lisa, but Lisa is scared. Who is this girl? Where is she from, and what does she want?”

Condor Mountain

Stabenfeldt, 2004, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell. 149 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 156 pp.



Elena’s dad is trapped with his horse Gato in the mountains. Condors are
already circling. Elena is the only one who can reach him in time, but she
doesn’t trust the strange girl who has appeared, riding a wild mare.

Desert Song

Stabenfeldt, 2003, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell. 153 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 162 pp.



Sophie has had many, many foster homes, but she finds a home on Joel and
Kalene’s ranch, and falls for their Arabian mare, Aria. She then unwittingly
puts Aria in danger, and is terrified that she will be sent away. She tells more
and more lies until help appears from a mysterious girl.

Gold Fever

Stabenfeldt, 2005, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell. 154 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 182 pp.



Karlie has to find her injured father in a vast wilderness.

Swift Current

Stabenfeldt, 2005, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell.  153 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 172 pp.


Many strange things were happening on Ali’s ranch, and then a mysterious girl
appears.

Sobekkare’s Revenge
Stabenfeldt, 2006, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 166 pp.


“When an ancient treasure buried in an Egyptian cave is unearthed by a poor man named
Abdullah, he becomes richer than his wildest dreams! But one artefact he unearths carries
a horrible secret - Queen Sobekkare placed a terrible sickness on it thousands of years ago.
A sickness that first spread to Adbullah's horse, and then across the entire desert. Who is
Queen Sobekkare, and how can this illness be stopped?”

Rattlesnake Rock

Stabenfeldt, 2006, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 184 pp.


“Rosa knows where the wild mustangs are hiding - and if she doesn't tell
her father's boss, the ranch owner, her father may lose his job and her family
their home. But if she does tell, the mustangs may lose their lives! How can
Rosa save her home and her mustangs at the same time? Maybe the Horse
Angel can help!”

Mystic Tide

Stabenfeldt, 2007, cover and illustrations Jennifer Bell. 153 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 152 pp.



“Racing across the wild Irish Burren on her brilliant horse, Tallie - escaping
from her pursuers who, it seems, will stop at nothing to get her back. Can
anyone rescue young Erin from this terrible predicament?”


Freedom’s Echo

Stabenfeldt

Reprinted as Echo, Enchanted Pony Books, 2012


“Haily is afraid of horses. Her best friend Elaine has one, and Haily will do
everything to hide her fear. But when Haily meets Freedom, Jani's foal with a
mysterious former life, Haily sees a way of overcoming that fear.”

Freedom

Stabenfeldt, 2004, illus Jennifer Bell, 150 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 132 pp.


Jani has to move, and leave her best friend and her riding school behind.
She can take her mare Keeta with her, though, and she will have a splendid
new stable in an old barn. There is one problem though; the new barn is haunted.

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Wolf Chasm

Stabenfeldt, 2009

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 144 pp.


This would be Clare’s last long ride on the tundra with her beloved Smokey. However, she was
terribly wrong about one thing: the day could - and would - get a lot worse...”

Fighting Chance

Stabenfeldt, New York, 2008. Illus Jennifer Bell.  154 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2011, 166 pp.  


Chance and Hanna are out riding, with Chance’s mare’s foal in tow, when
disaster strikes - a tornado. The girls are separated, their school rivals are
out to get them, the foal disappears, and then…it gets worse. But a strange
girl appears, with magical powers to help the horses and their riders. Will
even she be able to wrestle with  the forces of nature?

Winter of the Crystal Dances

Stasbenfeldt, New York, 2010, illus Jennifer Bell

Enchanted Pony Books, 2012, 128 pp.

Read my review


Evy can understand horses, but her gift gets her into trouble, particularly when starving mustangs
roam close to the cabin she shares with her mother.

Summer of Wild Hearts

Stabenfeldt, New York, 2010, illus Jennifer Bell.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2012, 117 pp.

Read my review


The wild stallion has fallen in love with one of Evy’s mares, Cocoa, but she thinks the mares
should be safe in the barn while she leaves to go to her first ever rodeo.


Spring of the Poacher’s Moon
Stasbenfeldt, New York, 2010, illus Jennifer Bell, 151 pp.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2012, 114 pp.

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Evy is out riding her mare Rusty, when she comes across a baby moose,
orphaned by poachers. It will die soon unless she can get it help, but then
her wild mare disappears...

Abandoned

Stabenfeldt, New York, 2010, illus Jennifer Bell.

Enchanted Pony Books, 2012, 136 pp.


Lauren is sure she’s being followed. She tells her dad and he sends her off to his sister’s house,
out of the way in Misty Lake. Lauren thinks she’s going to be bored, but surprises are waiting
for her, and they’re not all good....

Suncatcher

Enchanted Pony Books, 2012, 98 pp.


Lost River’s tribe is attacked by a strange creature that seems half man and half beast. She is
terrified, and thinks the creature is the mythical Sun God. When a fire starts, Lost River is
separated from her tribe. She sees as movement in the smoke, and follows it, only to find it is
the beast. It too, seems afraid, so perhaps it is an animal after all, and one just as frightened
as her.

Winter of Sinking Waters

Enchanted Pony Books, 2012


Evy has a great weekend in prospect, hanging out with her best friends, both horse and
human, with no adults around. All they have to do is take care of the cattle – what can go
wrong? A big grizzly bear, for one thing, and a cattle stampede, and the only way to escape
being across the ice covered lake...


Autumn in Snake Canyon
Enchanted Pony Books, 2012.



Evy has two problems. First is her orphaned moose calf, who is so naughty Evy’s mother is
about ready to lock the little moose up. Second, and far more worrying is what Evy’s
discovered about her mother’s art dealer. He’s stealing from them, and at the same time is
working to destroy her mother’s confidence in her abilities.

Spring of Secrets

Enchanted Pony Books. 2012


Evy’s mom decides to take a trip to the city - at last - and Evy is thrilled. There are so many
of her mother’s mysteries she wants to investigate. But Mom says Evy has to stay at home.
Evy is not going to miss out on what could be the biggest adventure of her life, and she stows
away. She meets a foal in trouble and a horse who looks like an angel, and she finds - adventure,
a new friend, and answers, but answers so mystifying they might as well be questions.


Sunchaser

Enchanted Pony Books, 2012


Sun Catcher is riding Sunshine when she comes across Stubborn Echo, a boy from her tribe
who is doing something forbidden – riding Ghost, his father’s wind-drinker. A grizzly bear cub
emerges from the trees, its massive, protective mother right behind it. Sun Catcher and Echo
escape through the forest when the ground gives way. Echo and Ghost plummet into a pit.
 Sun Catcher sets out to rescue them.

Summer of Desperate Races

Enchanted Pony Books, 2013, 106 pp.


On the same day that Evy learns another of her mom’s secrets, she also discovers that they
are almost out of money. And her mom has stopped painting, so there will be no more money
coming in. Evy enters a dangerous local race, hoping to win the prize money. However, the
Downhill Mountain Race isn’t the most important race Evy and Rusty will run – or the most
perilous. At risk, not prize money, but innocent mustangs who have been forced from their wild
homes.



Autumn of Angels

Enchanted Pony Books, 2013, 117 pp.


Kestrel and Evy get a chance to investigate Evy’s mysterious history, but soon find themselves
on the run from a terrifying adversary. Then at long, long last, Evy gets all the answers to her
questions. Her entire world is shaken. But are the answers truthful? There’s only one way to
know for sure: Evy and her mom must confront the people who have been hunting them for her
entire life. But as Evy soon finds out, confronting someone is one thing. Escaping from their
clutches afterward is quite another.


 

 


Winter of the Whinnies Brigade

Enchanted Pony Books, 2013, 106 pp.


On a snowy ride, Evy, Kestrel, and the horses discover they have a tag along: a starving
mustang colt. They have to save him. But before they can, they discover some humans in need.
A car has gone over an embankment. It seems everyone needs saving today! Then Evy
recognizes the occupants of the car: two people she hoped she’d never see again. How did
they find her? And what do they want with her? Unfortunately, she’s about to find out, the hard way.