Cindy's Glory (Thoroughbred Series #14)

Cindy's Glory (Thoroughbred Series #14)

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by Joanna Campbell
     
 

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Will Cindy and Glory both be able to stay at Whitebrook Farm? Cindy Blake couldn't be happier, now that she lives at Whitebrook Farm. When her adoption is final, Cindy will finally have a loving home with the McClean family. And Glory, the stolen colt that Cindy rescued from abuse, shows more promise as a racehorse every day.

But suddenly Cindy's worst nightmares

Overview

Will Cindy and Glory both be able to stay at Whitebrook Farm? Cindy Blake couldn't be happier, now that she lives at Whitebrook Farm. When her adoption is final, Cindy will finally have a loving home with the McClean family. And Glory, the stolen colt that Cindy rescued from abuse, shows more promise as a racehorse every day.

But suddenly Cindy's worst nightmares begin to come true. First her adoption is not approved. Then Glory's real owner puts the colt on the auctoin block. Will Whitebrook Farm and her beloved Glory soon be just another memory for Cindy? After Cindy Blake's adoption is final, she'll have a loving home and a colt to raise as a racehorse. But snags occur when her adoption is not approved and her colt's real owner puts him on the auction block.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780061063251
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
11/28/1995
Series:
Thoroughbred Series , #14
Edition description:
Reissue
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.18(w) x 7.62(h) x 0.48(d)
Lexile:
820L (what's this?)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Joanna Campbell appears here with her six-year-old Thoroughbred, Meyersville Magic, known around the barn as CC. He's a son of Horatius out of Northwich by Timothy's Champ and is owned by Cathy Day. Formerly trained for racing, he is now being trained for eventing. Last Year he was the Maine Entry Level Champion in Combined Training.

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Cindy's Glory (Thoroughbred Series #14) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
omg! i love this book! its soo great! so are ALL of the thoroughbred books!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought the book was kinda disappointing. I also think it was kinda boring! It wasn't terrible, but it wasn't one of the best Thoroughbred books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A totally awesome book! I love the way Campbell goes into such detail about riding and races! I use her books as examples when I go off riding on my horse!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought that the book had a lot of ups and downs. In the book I had gotten really nerves at some points because a bad thing would happen. The book has a lot of emotions and you can feel what the characters are going through. I reccomend this book for a lot of people and it is a real eye opener.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I realy love this book! It is a really great book! I like how they put alot of obsticals in it for Cindy and how it turned out great at the end and she got to keep Glory. Knowing the position she was in I would have trained Glory by myself also.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love all the Thouroughbred Books this one and the ones before. The next five are good also. I kind of annoys me how the main character in the story keeps getting changed. I would have preffered the Ashleigh had been the main Character throughout the entire series, but I guess it wouldn't have been the same without Sam or Cindy and the characters that came with them. The books that are written by other authors that are not Joanna Campell just don't have the same knowledge of the story as she does. An entire year was left out between book number 18 and 19. When Glory hurt his leg and couldn't race and Storm won his first races.(This is not the only exmple of when they skip around or leave characters out) No matter how bad the books begin to get I will keep reading them because of the horses. I love the spirit that the authors give the horses. I love reading the bond they have with the humans and pretending that I could have that bond with a horse. But I don't get to grow up around horses and don't have enough money for lessons or anything. So my only excape is books about them. Yes, I will keep readin for the story of the horses and their courage.(Sorry I wrote so much)Later
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cindy's Glory is a great story. It tells the readers that anything can be accomplished. I loved the book and I also love the other books. If you like the books then e-mail me and we can discus them
Guest More than 1 year ago
I didnt like Cindy very much but I can always see a way to look at the characters with a new bright side and I found out she really loved the horse and Its a COOL book though I have to admit that I dont know anyone That has enough guts to do the what-she-did.