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Angie Draper

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Angie Draper

Angie Draper grew up in Holland, Michigan. She always wanted to be an illustrator of horses. She met Walter Farley at a horse show. He asked her to send him some samples of her work.

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The Black Stallion and the Girl (1971)

Alex Ramsay hires a young woman as a trainer - but can she ride the Black in a race?

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The Black Stallion Challenged! (1964)

Steve Duncan and Flame challenge Alec Ramsay and the Black to race.

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The Black Stallion’s Ghost (1969)

While between races at a Florida horse farm, Alex Ramsay and the Black meet the Ghost and her trainer and are caught up in a supernatural horror story.

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Man o’ War (1962)

A fictionalized biography of America’s greatest race horse.

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