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I have a vague memory of a book from my childhood (60s and 70s) but I can't remember enough about it to find out the title/author. It was about a child or children involved with horses - the main horse was an Appaloosa (or POA). I think there was something wrong with the horse at the beginning of the story -- too small, or too wild, or sick or ??? In the end the horse was ridden in a parade or show and was the star because of his fantasic coloring. His spots were more than one color -- in fact I seem to remember that it was almost a rainbow of colors (not typically colored)
Our school and public library had *lots* of older books, so it may be a book from the 50s or ?? If this sounds familiar, please clue me in. It's been bugging me for a long time! LOL
Denise did you ever find the book?
I posted this at the end of the other thread but didn't know if you saw it.
What about The Tangle-Coated Horse by Ella Young? I'm looking for a better description but it won a Newberry Award honor in 1930.