A gorgeously illustrated anothology of horse poems. No saddle, bridle, bit for me, I grip my pony's mane, and we are one, together, galloping free. - from "My Pony" by Ruth FederJoyous colts gallop through snowy fields. Mystical white horses canter in the moonlight. From the wonder of a new-born foal to the quiet grace of a beloved mare at pasture, horses capture our imagination like no other animal can. A celebration of horses in all their majesty, this collection of poems will inspire any young reader who has ridden a horse - or has dreamed of riding one.