The Mare - Pages 32 – 63 Summary & Analysis

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In the next section titled “Ginger,” even though Velvet wanted to go to the horses as soon as she got up, Ginger made her eat breakfast first. They still arrived two hours before her lesson. Pat asked Velvet to help her while Ginger went back home. At home, Paul was trying to speak to someone in Spanish on the phone. Loud, angry words were coming out of the phone. He told Ginger it was Velvet’s mother when he hung up. He said he thought she was trying to say they were in trouble. They called the Fresh Air office and requested a translator to help them talk to Velvet’s mother.

In “Velvet,” Velvet watched as Pat worked with a one-year-old horse named Jimbo. She learned that Fugly Girl’s real name was Funny Girl. She was called Fugly Girl because her head...

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