I LOOOOVE your story! I am a huge reader, and it's always a bonus when the stories are horse related ;) You definitely have a talent! I've tried writing short stories a few times but they always end up sounding a little corny...great job!
I just read through all of it. This is good and I like the name and breed.5 thumbs up from here. I'm not much for chick flicks, but because I raised 4 daughters I can appreciate these type of readings.
When they returned to the barn Jordan quickly typed an e-mail to the parents of the team detailing her planned fund raising effort. She was careful with her wording so that it would be understood that all riders were expected to participate. She also called a team meeting for later in the week in order to assign roles and responsibilities to the girls on the team. She caught herself grinning as she flipped off the computer. She did love it when a plan came together.
A purple dinosaur sang as it danced across the television screen followed by a green lizard looking thing. Bobby watched his daughter bounce from one foot to the other while jerking her diaper clad bottom from left to right out of the corner of his eye. She held her hands apart and spun a big circle singing off key.
He shook his head and spread the files he'd brought home across the coffee table. His partner had interviewed the Tanners that afternoon. The Tanners waited for him to come home so they could discuss their concerns with him. They'd seemed irritated the case had been shifted to a new officer but while he'd insisted a new set of eyes would be helpful. Mrs. Tanner had cried and was certain it would hinder the investigation. He ended up informing them that he was the lead investigator on it. That seemed to calm their nerves. He asked as many questions as he could and now sat reading through pages of comments.
Sarah Tanner had been a student at Emerald Downs Riding Stables. Her horse, Vindicator, was still boarded at the facility. Her parents refused to sell the animal in hopes that their missing daughter would be returned unharmed. He scribbled some notes on a corner of the page just as Brittany spun wildly into the coffee table, knocking his coffee mug over and spilling the chocolate colored liquid onto the documents.