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One Hundred and Four Horses: Book summary and reviews of One Hundred and Four Horses by Mandy Retzlaff
One Hundred and Four Horses Summary
There is little in this world that a family cannot endure, if endure they must. For we all have it within us to lose everything, absolutely everything, and still find strength in the most simple, beautiful things.
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"After reading One Hundred and Four Horses, the phrases 'horse rescue' and 'let's make a plan' have new meaning. This is a compelling, touching and sometimes grisly account, and to read it is to understand in a new way the power of the horse-human bond." - Lawrence Scanlan, author of Wild About Horses: Our Timeless Passion for the Horse
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Mandy Retzlaff is a lifelong horse lover and farmer. Today, Mandy and her husband, Pat Retzlaff, run a horse safari company on the Mozambique coast, taking tourists on rides through the wild and wonderful country that they now call home.
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