The Mare - Pages 361 – 392 Summary & Analysis

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In “Velvet,” Velvet noticed right away there was something different about Ginger. Ginger said that she could not talk about what had happened but that everything would be okay. Velvet went to the barn and tried to pretend that Ginger was right, that there was nothing wrong. Fiery Girl had been moved back to Wildwood. She and Pat saddled horses and rode down the path Fiery Girl had run down when Velvet rode her bareback. Pat talked to her about the competition. She explained the best thing about competing was the bond Pat felt she had with the horse she rode. At the fence, Pat told Velvet they were going to practice galloping their horses up to the fence to jump it.

In “Ginger,” Ginger fought through her own unhappiness to give Velvet the chance she needed to practice for the upcoming competition. She...

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