The Mare - Pages 395 – 419 Summary & Analysis

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In “Ginger,” Velvet called to tell Ginger that her mother had changed her mind about the competition. She said that if Ginger would send the permission form, her mother would sign it. When Ginger asked if Velvet’s mother would come Velvet said she would, but Ginger knew she was lying.

In “Velvet,” Pat schooled Velvet on what to expect at the competition. She told her she needed to keep herself calm and keep Fiery Girl calm and under control. Back at home in Brooklyn, Velvet felt that her mind was full of interference. She could not calm herself nor give herself confidence so she wondered how she could send those feelings to her horse.

In the morning, Velvet sensed that her mother knew something was going on even though she did not know what day the competition was. Because she knew that Velvet...

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