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Frosty: Adventures of a Morgan Horse

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Frosty, the second book in the Morgan Horse series, continues the adventures of Heather Richardson and her horse Blackjack. In addition, the story introduces a new character, a rare gray Morgan named Frosty. Through Frosty, Heather realizes that not all horses are meant to be show ring stars. Although disappointed at first, she soon discovers that Frosty’s real talent lies in the area of trail riding, and it isn’t long before Heather loves this sport. She and Frosty become trail buddies and must learn to trust each other if they are to survive the woods of Vermont…

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Award-winning author Ellen Feld began her career in a field far removed from horses. Receiving a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts with a double major of Russian and Soviet and Eastern European Studies, Ms. Feld continued her studies with graduate work at Georgetown University where she focused on Russian Studies. After a brief stint working for a US Senator in Washington, DC, Ms. Feld realized she missed her childhood home and returned to rural Massachusetts.

Back home, Ms. Feld resumed her first passion: horses. It was at the stable that she learned the importance of discipline and being dedicated to one’s sport. In addition to the hard work, Ms. Feld also learned to appreciate the various personalities and quirks of individual horses. While working with horses was not new to her (she had been competing at Morgan Horse shows since she was a child), her skills matured and her love of Morgans grew. As an adult, Ms. Feld’s repertoire included saddleseat, reining, hunter pleasure, driving, barrel racing, and western pleasure. With her gelding Rusty, Ms. Feld won the New England Morgan Horse Association High-Point Trail Award for five consecutive years. Ms. Feld has owned numerous equines of other breeds including Morabs, Appaloosas, Quarter Horses, and Miniature Horses.

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Author Ellen Feld and the real life Blackjack at Breyerfest. Photo courtesy of Breyer Animal Creations.

Ms. Feld began writing about horses more than twenty years ago. At first, she wrote for small, regional publications, but within a few short years her work began to appear regularly in large, national publications. Her articles have appeared in publications such as The Morgan Horse, Stable Management, Equestrian, Young Rider, Just About Horses, Horsemen’s Yankee Pedlar, Tri-State Horse, and The Appaloosa Journal.

Ms. Feld’s stories are noted for their realistic portrayal of horses, their behaviors, and the experiences of young riders. To attain this believability, Ms. Feld uses her horses as the basis for the animal characters within her books. For example, Ms. Feld’s horse Blackjack, a showy English pleasure horse, stumbles over the smallest of jumps. In the book Rusty, the main character Heather tries to teach her beloved Blackjack to jump, but like the real Blackjack, he is unable to get his feet over the tiny ground poles. Many of the experiences that Heather has with her horses evolve from adventures that either Ms. Feld or one of her friends has had with their horses. The plots in her books reflect the reality of working with horses, and it is this down to earth quality, combined with fast-moving, fun horse action, that keeps the stories authentic and attracts so many readers.

Ms. Feld lives in Massachusetts with her husband, two children, ten horses, and assorted pets.

“Although the author originally targeted this series towards teenage girls, anyone of any age will thoroughly enjoy this story. Be warned: this is not the type of book you can just put down when you want to. If you decide to pick up this book as your next good read, be prepared to tell your boss or teachers why you are sleeping at your desk!” – Cassie Mayer, Vermont Morgan Horse Association

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Illustration by Jeanne Mellin, as it appears in Frosty: Adventures of a Morgan Horse

Frosty: Adventures of a Morgan Horse Tour Stops


April 1st: Book review by Denise Alicea of Pen & Muse

April 4th: Author interview with Linda Weaver Clarke–read and comment to win a free copy of Frosty!

April 5th: Author interview with Michelle Devon


April 6th: Book Review by Jennifer Walker on A Cup of Coffee and a Good Book and interview on Jennifer’s BlogTalkRadio show at 3:30PT

April 7th: Author interview on the Indie Book Blogger

April 8th: Book review with Michelle Devon


“If you like adventurous stories, get this series!” – The Old Schoolhouse Magazine

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