Phantom Stallion #10: Red Feather Filly by Terri Farley

By Terri Farley

Already loved by way of horse fanatics world wide, the stories of the Phantom Stallion are as alluring and exciting because the Wild West itself. This wildly well known sequence maintains with extra adventures of Samantha and her mysterious mustang often called the Phantom. A mustang racing pageant brings Sam and her good friend Jake together–but will it destroy her friendship along with her wild horse?

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Not like yours, she wanted to say. Instead, Sam turned her face skyward. The wind had vanished and the sun shone from between the clouds. She didn’t pin Jake down and ask what he was going to do. He’d already told her more than she’d expected. She was satisfied and a little flattered that he’d confided in her. “Hey,” she said. “Gram’s making a cake and she wants you to come eat some of it. ” Jake nodded. Then, at the sound of hooves, he looked toward the rear of the ranch, past the broken barn, beyond the corrals to the path that led up the hillside and eventually to Aspen Creek.

If mustangs ran on tribal lands, they were governed by a different set of laws than if they lived on public lands. A little line on a map could make a big difference. “One finger of tribal land stretches east between Lost Canyon and Arroyo Azul,” Jake said. ” Red Feather Filly 57 “Monument Lake,” Sam said. ” Mac nodded. ” She hadn’t been there since she’d returned from San Francisco, but Sam had a vague memory of a lake set like a turquoise stone in the sage and sand desert. She imagined horses running there and felt chills.

But she didn’t want to give Jake too long to think, either. “Mom will be asking for everyone’s help,” Jake continued in spite of her interruption. ” “I just—” “You’ll have plenty of time to talk tonight,” Brynna said. She used such a candy-sweet tone, Sam knew Brynna had misinterpreted everything. “But there’s this thing . ” Sam kept her voice calm and reasonable. “It’ll wait,” Dad said. She was getting frustrated. Dad and Brynna were going to leave her with a permanent stutter if they didn’t stop cutting her off in midsentence.

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