Megan and her pony, Blondie, had just completed their first attempt at a real jumping course. Megan had been nervous, but Blondie had seemed eager and had soared over each jump. Only a few months ago Blondie had been strong-willed and stubborn, responding to Megan’s cues only when she felt like it. All of the ponies and their riders had made much progress with Trish’s help.
That gave the girls courage to ask Trish if she thought the Ready to Ride Club would be ready to ride in a real horse show at the end of August. “Of course, you’ll be ready to show…But maybe not ready to win,” Trish said.
What would happen when the girls competed against each other?