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Is part of Aussie Angels Margaret Clark , series - author children's fiction
Issue Details: First known date: 2000... 2000 A Horse, of Course
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Something's stirring Alice up, and she's a placid dog. When the Green family follow her she leads them to an abandoned foal, and only Eddy the cocky seems to know where he comes from: a brumby herd led by the magnificent thoroughbred stallion Rise and Shine. Meg calls him Sunshine. With a sire like Rise and Shine, Sunshine could become a famous racehorse and win the Melbourne Cup, but would that make him happy?

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  • Book 8 of the Aussie Angels Series
  • Other formats: Also sound recording.

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