The White Chariot: A Jockey's Chronicle

January 30, 2019|
The White Chariot: A Jockey's Chronicle by Boniface Ossai
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Ron Roger is the best jockey in the Dallas County, thanks to his riding partner Anvil, together they broke the record for the fastest horse in any dressage contest. Anvil is a five-time consecutive horse racing champion, a pedigree achieved effortlessly. Awarded the highest honours by the Dallas and the Samaritan of England racing associations for spectacular performances on the track, Anvil quickly became the favourite of betting companies across the United States. After winning one of the most spectacular races for the season Anvil suffered unexpected cardiac failure and died immediately despite relentless efforts by paramedics to revive her. The emotional loss affected Ron’s ability to continue riding as he struggled with bouts of situational depression and quit horse racing for good.Watching from the heavens, Anvil couldn’t hold back as her racing partner suffers. When friends and relatives thought Ron’s debacle couldn’t get any weirder his late horse Anvil, enrolled him in the national horse racing championship in the dream world. Anvil told Ron that she decided to came back because Ron could not move on after her demise. She promised to help Ron win the national horse racing championship which was not possible in the physical world due to premature death.The White Chariot by Boniface Ossai is a thought provoking, inspiring and suspenseful book which captures the raving beauty of the horse racing sport in the county of Dallas and the mysterious bond between a jockey and her racing partner. This horse-man covenant goes well beyond the traditional century-old bond between the horse and its rider.

Title:The White Chariot: A Jockey's ChronicleFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:240 pages, 8 X 5 X 0.51 inShipping dimensions:240 pages, 8 X 5 X 0.51 inPublished:January 30, 2019Publisher:Boniface OssaiLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1999693140

ISBN - 13:9781999693145

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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