Katy discovers a tiny newborn foal in the first book in Victoria Eveleigh's enchanting pony trilogy.
Katy's birthday doesn't feel very special, until she discovers a tiny newborn foal on the moor. It walks right up to her with wobbly steps, and Katy is spellbound. As she reaches out and touches its forehead, Katy longs for the foal to be hers. But how will she ever persuade her family
A book that's going to be gobbled up by girls in the nine-plus age group and if they've any interest in animals then they're going to love it as much as I did. - THE BOOKBAG
The background of Exmoor is outstandingly authentic: never are you in any doubt that the author knows Exmoor, and farming, like the back of her hand. Katy and her family are wonderful creations, and completely believable, as is the portrayal of their life ... I hope Victoria Eveleigh goes from strength to strength. - JANE BADGER BOOKS
Beautifully illustrated with black and white line drawings, it will enchant pony-mad little girls for years to come. - KINGSBRIDGE SALCOLMBE SOUTH HAMS GAZETTE
[a] 10/10 read - NAYU'S READING CORNER
Pony-mad girls will adore this story .. an easy and xciting read that is sure to keep pony-loving youngsters asborbed to the last page. - HORSE MAGAZINE
This is an engaging and beautifully written story...It is full of insightful facts about the Exmoor pony society and information about the Exmoor breed itself. There are some lovely illustrations at the beginning of each chapter too. This is a highly recommended read, especially for any horse lovers out there. I am so pleased that it is the first in the trilogy! - BOOKBABBLERS