Believe in New Heights
In the shadows of a world where horse-riding is a dirty sport, gambling is corrupt and horses are not cared for. In this world, it's all about the money in the stands of the track. But there is a light. A new sport has arisen from the ashes of old. Jumping the most courageous over large fences, poles are knocked, riders fall. Only the bravest tackle the twists and turns in the arena, the fittest clear the fences.
If there is a hope for you and your horse, it is in the world of showjumping...
Madison Sky was seventeen years old. She and her horse Maliki had come to New Heights in an effort to escape the tracks. Mal had only ever raced once, and Madison hadn't the heart for it. Maliki was a large horse, standing at 17 hands, a thoroughbred of course, and was a dark bay. His intelligent head, set on a sloping neck and powerful body was a true sight. He was a handsome creature, and Madison wanted to keep her big horse with a big heart just that way.