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Despite their instant mutual dislike, Jill stubbornly decides to buy bay pony Rapide - she's determined not to be beaten by any horse. But she hadn't bargained for taking on such a challenge, and soon begins to wonder if she'll ever learn to like her new pony.
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Ruby Ferguson, born in West Yorkshire in 1899, attended Bradford Girls' Grammar School and then read English at St Hilda's College, Oxford between 1919 and 1922. After completing her MA, Ruby Ferguson moved to Manchester and started working as a secretary. Her writing career really began when she entered some detective stories in a competition in the Manchester Evening News. Her first full length novel was published in 1926, under the name R. C. Ashby, and she continued writing under this name until her marriage in 1934. The books for which Ferguson is best known are those about Jill Crewe and her ponies which she wrote for her step-grandchildren. Her final book, published in 1967, the year after her death, is titled The Children at the Shop and is a fictionalized autobiography of her childhood.
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