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post #1 of 10 Old 03-12-2010, 11:13 PM Thread Starter
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Smile The books "the saddle club"

Hey. I bet toooooons of you guys used to read these books when you were little, everyone that I know that is a horse lover recommends them to me. Are they numbered? Or in any old order?


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post #2 of 10 Old 03-13-2010, 12:42 AM
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If I remember correctly, you could read then in any order really, though I do think that they have an order if you do want to follow it. Another good series, is the Thoroughbred series. You might want to take a look at those to if you haven't already. Those you do have to read in a particular order though.
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If I remember correctly, you could read then in any order really, though I do think that they have an order if you do want to follow it. Another good series, is the Thoroughbred series. You might want to take a look at those to if you haven't already. Those you do have to read in a particular order though.


No, I havn't heard of that series whats it about???


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Along with the above books, I just thought I'd mention the Phantom Stallion series! They're kind of easy, but I read them in seventh and eighth grade, and wouldn't mind reading them again now. They're AMAZING! =]
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I read the Saddle Club books when I was younger, you can read them in any order. I enjoyed reading those :)

There's also a Saddle Club show on discovery kids. It upsets me though, the plots are weird and don't make sense, and I don't know where they get some of their horse information. I watch it sometimes just to see the horses
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I read them when I was younger, and I loved them!
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I'm with dressagebelle, I loved reading the Thoroughbred series when I was younger. I actually still have all of them.. just cant bear the thought of parting with them!
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To be honest I didn't like them. I was really into the Thoroughbred series tho. I couldn't put those down. I think I only read one pony club book and just could not get into them.
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I read the saddle club when I was younger, I believe there is a tv show now too. I liked the thoroughbred books a lot better. The saddle club is probably a better read for the preteens, where as the throughbred book are still pretty good for older teens. I'm pretty sure they are numbered, at least the thoroughbreds were.
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My daughter has the saddle club books and also used to watch the series when it was on PBS. They took the show off of there though , but she has a few of the DVDs. The books are numbered , she has up to #89 I believe but is missing a few in between. A friend of ours gave her most of them , she also has PonyPals. She seems to enjoy the books but she is 10 yrs. old, so I agree that pre teens may enjoy them more.

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