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Justin Morgan and the Big Horse Race


Justin Morgan and the Big Horse Race


Justin Morgan and the Big Horse Race tells the true story of the day that Justin Morgan raced two unbeatable race horses through the hills of Vermont. Written by IRA award-winning author Ellen Feld and lavishly illustrated by famed equine illustrator Jeanne Mellin, this book is sure to capture the imagination.




32 pages


9" tall x 10.5" wide

Justin Morgan is a Mom’s Choice Awards® Gold Recipient!

Second grade reading level, "read-together" for younger horse lovers

ISBN - 978-0-9831138-1-2

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A beautiful story with magnificent drawings that's pure entertainment for children. This tale teaches one and all that with determination, hard work, spirit and friendship anything is possible.  - Amy Lignor, Feathered Quill Book Reviews

A delightful story about the Morgan Breed's foundation sire. It is entertaining, informative, and also embodies the true spirit of the Morgan Horse. - Harry Sebring, President, American Morgan Horse Association

I really liked how the author included the dialog of the horses in the story, and the illustrations of the horses were beautiful. At the end of the story is a brief history of how Justin Morgan got his name as well as how his ancestry can be traced back to 1789. I would recommend Justin Morgan and the Big Horse Race to kids who love a wonderful story about horses. - Emilee Summers (age 12) for Reader Views Kids 

Justin Morgan and the Big Horse Race is based on an actual event which took place in Brookfield, Vermont in 1796.  Color illustrations of Justin Morgan and other horses are beautiful accompaniments to the historic horse tale. - Midwest Book Review