Turning For Home

Turning For Home Every racehorse must one day retire from the track and for Tiger that day has arrived Alex isn t ready for Tiger s racing days to end but planning his next career is quickly becoming the least of h

  • Title: Turning For Home
  • Author: Natalie Keller Reinert
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Every racehorse must one day retire from the track, and for Tiger, that day has arrived Alex isn t ready for Tiger s racing days to end, but planning his next career is quickly becoming the least of her problems An animal rights group is accusing her of involvement in a horse abuse scandal, and with death threats arriving daily, Alexander fears for her safety Suddenly TEvery racehorse must one day retire from the track, and for Tiger, that day has arrived Alex isn t ready for Tiger s racing days to end, but planning his next career is quickly becoming the least of her problems An animal rights group is accusing her of involvement in a horse abuse scandal, and with death threats arriving daily, Alexander fears for her safety Suddenly Tiger s not the only one heading back to the farm Alex is stuck at home, too, with strict orders to stay away from the racetrack Both horse and rider would rather be racing than hacking around the farm A Thoroughbred makeover event seems like the perfect distraction, but as the activists ramp up their protests, Alex realizes she s competing for than just a blue ribbon She s fighting for her own reputation This horse show could make or break her future in horse racing.

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    • Connie says:

      If you're a horse lover without a horse or have a stable full of the four-legged beasts in your back yard, "Turning for Home" will have you sigh with love for the horses in this book as well as the humans who champion them.Natalie Keller Reinert has crafted a story so real, I could feel the horse grit on my hands as I turned the pages.Racehorses fill Alex's stable and heart. She loves each horse in her care as a trainer, and is passionate about the well-being of all horses at the track. As an ou [...]

    • Leah says:

      I purchased book one in this series on Cyber Monday. It wasn't my favorite but it interested me enough that I bought the rest of the series for Christmas. I loved them. When Natalie Keller Reinert gets into the meat of the horse business, that is where she shines. When I was young there was nothing I adored more then a series called 'Thoroughbred' by Joanna Campbell. I feel like 'Alex and Alexander' is the 'Thoroughbred' for adults. Not just romanticizing the horse business but showcasing the tr [...]

    • Madeline says:

      This one was a little better than the others but ultimately still lacking. I don't know why I keep reading this series- probably still just desperately seeking horse books (as usual)!

    • Mara says:

      I read Turning For Home like a person obsessed, completely drawn in to Natalie’s description of Ocala horse country. Within it is Alex, a farm co-owner and racehorse trainer who just doesn’t know what to do with Tiger, a rambunctious Thoroughbred gelding on the cusp of leaving racing for something new. Add to that a virulent smear campaign waged by “antis,” individuals vehemently against racing, who have found within Alex a perfect scapegoat. At a loss for what to do, and only a distract [...]

    • Ingrid says:

      Alex faces many challenges as a young woman in the horse racing business trying to build a name for herself as a trainer. Never has she been more challenged than in book 4. False allegations fabricate a story of her as a hypocrite and she literally tries everything to prove them wrong. More of a mystery than books 1-3, Turning for Home is full of suspense and tension. Who has been spreading these lies about Alex? Who moved in next door and began galloping horses within sight of their training tr [...]

    • Annika Kostrubala says:

      Asual Natalie deliversAnother great read from someone that knows horses and weaves a great story . Loved the training sequences and the development of her horse. Alex is a compelling character who is both first and cars deeply about the horses you can feel the barn, smell the sweet orchard grass hay and see the green pastures in Ocala . There is a bit of boarding barn drama that sadly can be all too true. Just a great read -sad it's over!It's going to be a long day at work tomorrow because I had [...]

    • Jenn says:

      Great!! My favorite of the series! I hope this isn't the last one

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