Sire Unknown Author:Marjorie Reynolds When the pony Jim Evans has ridden most of his life is shot by a hunter, there is a small guilty sense of anticipation beneath Jim's sorrow. Now his father may get him a real horse--one he can be proud of. — The skewbald gelding which Mr. Evans can afford to buy is a far cry from what Jim has in mind. But gradually, almost in spite of himself, Ji... more »m is captivated by his new horse's spirit and power.
As Jim's confidence in the skewbald grows, so does his confidence in himself. Apache Warrior--named for the brave Indian ponies that could have been his ancestors--turns out to be a natural jumper; riding him well is a real challenge to Jim's horsemansip.
The story of Jim and Warrior will appeal to every young reader who loves horses.