Vintage Book “Windy Foot at the County Fair” By Frances Frost – 1947 - The Noble Horse Vintage
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Vintage Book “Windy Foot at the County Fair” By Frances Frost – 1947

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On Toby Clark’s twelfth birthday, his father gives him a dapple-grey pony, which Toby names “Windy Foot.” (His mother’s gift is a saddle and Cliff’s present a bridle.)

 

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On Toby Clark’s twelfth birthday, his father gives him a dapple-grey pony, which Toby names “Windy Foot.” (His mother’s gift is a saddle and Cliff’s present a bridle.) During the remainder of the summer, Toby trains Windy Foot for the pony race at the Webster County Fair. The week of the fair, the family makes camp at the edge of the fairgrounds, and Toby is not on the midway fifteen minutes before he gets into a fight with Lem Strout, a boy who tries to strike Windy Foot. He’s helped by an older man who turns out to be Billy Blue, horse trainer for the Burnham family, who offers to keep Windy Foot in their stable to keep him safe from any revenge from Lem, who will be one of Toby’s competitors at the race. And the story continues….! This is a retired library book, published by Whittlesey House (USA) and with illustrations by Lee Townsend. Hardcover with 153 pages, in very good condition with some age to the pages and pages 38-43 look like something may have been spilled or smeared on them, just marks. This is a first edition book from 1947, a rare find!
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Weight 99 kg
M US Letter

Wool & Acetate

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