Mary thinks she's a brilliant trainer, but the rest of the world doesn't agree. Mary has no money, and so the horses she finds to train are all bargains. They're bargains for a reason, because no sane person would ride them. But that's alright, because Mary has her daughter, Gemma, to ride the procession of equines who are mad, bad and downright dangerous to know. Gemma thinks she's seen the worst the equine world has to offer until the day when her mother buys Weston.
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