Horse & Pony Books:
(WORLD [USA] 1952)
ILUSTRATED BY OLIVER GRIMLEY
SUMMARY: Show jumping story. Can Pat make a jumper out of the weak and sickly Harmony?
(WORLD [USA] 1954)
ILUSTRATED BY EDWARD SHENTON
SUMMARY: Story of the friendship between Spud and Pete, a black and a white boy, and Thunder, the horse they hope to train as a racehorse.
AMIGO, CIRCUS HORSE
(WORLD [USA] 1955)
ILUSTRATED BY HENRY PITZ
Reprinted by Grosset & Dunlap as part of their Famous Horse Stories series
SUMMARY: Teenage Franz rides Lippizaner horses in a circus, but longs to train the palomino Amigo.
SILVER SPURS TO MONTEREY
(WORLD [USA] 1956)
ILUSTRATED BY HERMAN D. GIESEN
SUMMARY: Historical horse story. Tom Larkin is the first American boy born in the state of California. He tames the wild buckskin General and hopes to win a pair of Spanish silver spurs.
(WORLD [USA] 1957)
ILUSTRATED BY WESLEY DENNIS
SUMMARY: Racing themed story. Can the colt Red Tartar, great grandson of the legendary Man o'War save the fortunes of Randy and his grandfather? They pin their hopes on Red becoming a top racehorse. Unfortunately an unscrupulous neighbour who wants the horse for himself has other ideas...
All are fairly easy to find in America, with the possible exception of Red Tartar which is a bit rarer than the others. There were no British editions published, and the books are rarely seen in the UK.