From School Library Journal
Grade 4-6-In this third book in the series, Miranda Stevens, 11, having bonded with the injured stallion she nursed back to health, is determined to train and someday own this horse she loves. Through a series of episodic events, she proves her talent in working with Starlight, a thoroughbred training for the racetrack, but must struggle against the prejudice of adults who don't believe in her abilities. Libraries that see heavy circulation of the "Saddle Club" series (Bantam) or that have a following for the previous books will want to consider this one; others can safely skip it.Lisa Falk, Los Angeles Public Library
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