Edgar Allan Pony is no stranger to the racing game. He's had his fair share of runs around the track, and he's lost them all. But when he's paired with a new jockey who doesn't use the racing whip, Edgar soon finds that he's had what it takes to be a champion all along--as his cat companion, O.C., calls it, 'a heart the size of a watermelon.' Joined by a cast of characters both human and non-human alike, Edgar Allan Pony and the Racetrack Cat is a story that will have you cheering all the way to the finish line.
It's 1860, and a new mail service is starting up. Fearless young riders will carry mail from St. Joseph, Missouri, to Sacramento, California, in less than 10 days! If you join, you'll have to cope with long hours in the saddle, floods, snow, outlaws, and even a brief war with Native Americans. Have you got what it takes?
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