'When city girl Louise moves to the country, she discovers the mountain brumbies are to be killed for pet food. She and Ben, a local farm boy, determine to save as many of the wild horses as they can. Despite opposition, they arrange a muster, but nothing goes according to plan.
Following in the hoof-prints of The Silver Brumby and The Man from Snowy River, this horse-packed adventure encounters challenges through some of the toughest territory in Australia. Illustrated by Snowy Mountains artist Rowena Evans, this book will appeal to readers aged eight to adult.' (Publisher's blurb)
'Following on from the wild twists and turns of Amazon's Best Selling Brumbies adventure, Ben and Louise explore the High Country in winter and learn what it means to break in a brumby. Their progress is slowed by a runaway horse and a desperate search through the park for two lost hikers. Concern for an injured brumby adds to the complications.' (Publisher's blurb)
' Thawing snow threatens Crowhurst with flooding and the wild horses are missing from the mountains. As the community struggles to protect their homes, disaster strikes for the Naylors. Ben and Louise are separated, and are each trying to take care of their own brumby’s troubles. The disappearance of the herds remains a mystery until the friends make a worrying discovery.' (Publisher's blurb)
'Book 4 of the Brumbies series. Ben and Louise discover that life on a remote cattle station is very different to their Snowy Mountains home. Missing her horse, Honey, Louise struggles to adapt to the outback. Ben has a graver concern: he is desperate to prove that Brandy, his stallion, is fit after a serious leg injury, otherwise he may be destroyed. From mustering and working cattle, to tracking and taming desert brumbies, both friends are challenged by their experiences. ' (Publication summary)
'Ben's family farm, including Ben's horses, must be sold. Louise's family is moving overseas for her father's work. Meanwhile brumbies are being shot and the friends discover an orphan foal. While training Brandy for the mountain country race, Ben discovers illegal logging in the park. Once again Ben and Louise must fight to save the wild brumbies, their horses, and their dreams.' (Publication summary)