Douglas & McIntyre
Breaking Smith’s Quarter Horse

Book details:

April 1993
ISBN 978-0-88894-431-3
Paperback - Trade
5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
164 pages
Fiction
$16.95 CAD

Douglas & McIntyre

Breaking Smith’s Quarter Horse

Set in the high, clear air of British Columbia’s Chilcotin Plateau and peopled with the kinds of characters for which St. Pierre has become so well known, Breaking Smith’s Quarter Horse is now in paperback for the first time, with all of its wa

Smith, man of moderate ambition, unknown first name, and dubious companions, has a quarter horse he is convinced has become one of the Chilcotin country's great cutting horses. But the path from quarter horse of good stock to cutting horse of skill and finesse is strewn with obstacles, unforgettable characters and the kind of earthy humour that has given Canadians a book worthy of the oft-misused adjective “classic.”

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Paul  St. Pierre

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Paul St. Pierre has spent most of his working life in British Columbia as a newspaper columnist, author and politician. He has received many honours, including ...

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