The Mare - Pages 166 – 196 Summary & Analysis

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In “Velvet,” when Velvet returned to the stables in the summer there was a new girl, Heather, with her horse Totally Crushed. She and Beverly liked each other a good deal. Velvet recounted that it was on the day that Joker got loose that Heather was finally blamed for doing something wrong. Beverly had stopped Joker’s escape with a rake and shooed him back into this stall but hollered at Heather to be more careful. When Beverly went in the stall with Joker and began hitting him, Velvet thought that Pat would say something to her about it but she did not.

In “Ginger,” Velvet begged to be allowed to take a bareback class. Even though Ginger did not like the woman who would teach the class, she sensed that Velvet respected her and the woman was at least paying attention to Velvet...

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