Since his mother died thirteen-year-old Troy has been skipping school and hanging out with the wrong crowd, and now he and his friend Foster have been sentenced to work in the local Philadelphia stables; at first he is apprehensive around the horses, but soon he bonds with a mare named Chance, and discovers the sport of polo--but also makes some new enemies.
Family Relationships; Family member death; Single parent; death of a mother; single father
Best Books for Teens, 2016
National Parenting Publications Award, 2016, Winner, Young Reader
horses; polo; death; friends; enemies
Kendall, Christine, "Riding Chance" (2016). DIVerse Families. 751.