All the Pretty Horses - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Cole and Rawlins were now employed by Don Hector Rocha y Villareal. Working the ranch, Cole discovers the identity of the beautiful black-haired girl. She is Alejandra, the daughter of their employer. Finding his niche on the ranch, Cole has demonstrated an ability to break wild horses gently. With Rawlins assistance, Cole establishes himself in the eyes of the Don in this area. Both young men are given a certain amount of respect from the other vaqueros on the ranch that observe and acknowledge their skill. Cole's ability demonstrates his personal respect for the animals with which he is working.

On a trip into the mountains to acquire more wild mares, Cole has a chance to converse with the older vaqueros. They discuss the history of Mexico and the role the horses played. There is tremendous respect the vaquero shows the horse, more so than many men...

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