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Chancey of the Maury River The sentimental horse story is revived to magnificent effect in this moving novel Winds to a stirring finish THE HORN BOOKOn the night that Chancey is born, a fire star gallops across the sky, a signal that a great horse has entered the world But it will take many years of slights and hardships before the orphaned albino will believe that the prophecy is truly meant for him First he must find a home at the Maury River Stables and a girl named Claire who needs him as much as he needs her Then, when his aching joints and impending blindness bring an end to their training together, he must start a new chapter as a therapeutic horse, healing people with wounds both visible and unseen In the manner of a latter day Black Beauty, Chancey s observant voice narrates this absorbing story, filled with fascinating details of life at the stable and keen insight into equine instinct, human emotion, and the ineffable bond that connects them both

10 thoughts on “Chancey of the Maury River

  1. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:


  2. Emmie Emmie says:

    Chancey of the Maury River was an amazing book At first, it didn t seem very exciting, but I kept reading and fell in love Told from a horse s Chancey s point of view, this book will capture the hearts of anybody who loves horses and ponies Chancey lives a decent but not perfect life with a woman who keeps him only because

  3. Yasmin Pirbhai Yasmin Pirbhai says:

    Oh, it was such a sweet book Gigi Ameteu did it again.

  4. Alexa Kinnney Alexa Kinnney says:

    I loved this book, truly from the heart A wonderful book for animal lovers.

  5. Wendy Webber Wendy Webber says:

    If you can look past the anthropomorphism this is just beautiful Emotional, insightful and well done.

  6. Clio Clio says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This review is written by Clio age 7 and may contain spoilers This book was wonderful, but really sad My mom and I both cried It was written from the horses perspective and I liked that.

  7. Katlin McCreery Katlin McCreery says:

    To say the least I ve read this book to the point I ve got parts of it memorized

  8. Kacie Kacie says:

    I really liked the book Chancey of Maury River by Gigi Amateau The book takes place at a little farm called Maury River Stables and is about a pony named Chancey Chancey lived at a stable that was bankrupt after Monique s the barn manager husband dies She has to sell all her horses but can t find Chancey a home Throughout the be

  9. Julie Cotton Julie Cotton says:

    Time 2011 Place Maury River in the Blue Mountains 246 pagesSummary Chancey, an albino appaloosa but very well bred , struggles to find his purpose in life but not Black Beauty kind of struggle He tells his story of how he found Claire, his girl, and discovered that jumping was not his thing Instead, after much worry, effort, and

  10. Christine Meunier Christine Meunier says:

    A wonderful story about an unlikely outcast of a horse that proves his reliability time and again Chancey is definitely a novel for the horse lover, full of equine related facts as well as a great story that proves to be a bit of a tear jerker at the end Told from the point of view of an albino Appaloosa gelding, Chancey is well w

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