Kate's dream of running her own riding stable has just one hurtle....
Kate’s dream of owning a horse has finally happened. But now her best friend Tori has no money to buy a horse. So Kate comes up with a plan—she’ll raise money by boarding horses and hosting a show in her family’s barn.
It seems the perfect solution until Melissa, the girl who disses Kate and Tori at school, shows up to board her horse, determined to compete in their show and win the silver spurs. Will their plan be ruined—or does God have something better in store for them all?
Silver Spurs is a tale of overcoming fears and trusting God with your dreams.
SILVER SPURS is a semi-good book. I didn't like parts in the book where she didn't think it was fair when other people got what she wanted. And one of the parts I really didn't like, was where she got jealous because her way of thinking showed that she wanted the girl to get hurt.
Other than that it was a good book. I especially liked that the girl that she thought was mean was actually nice to her little brother who was autistic and she did what he wanted and treated him really gently. I really liked those parts.