Shiloh is a small chestnut Arabian horse owned by the author, as is his pasture mate, Sani. Shiloh's specialty HAD been Endurance and Competitive Trail Riding. Here he enters five different classes in a horse show, then goes camping and exploring in the mountains on a three-day packtrip. Written from Shiloh's perspective, these stories are loosely based on the author's true-life experiences at horse shows, and her adventures while riding and camping during horseback packtrips.
Patricia Probert Gott is a retired businesswoman and author of sixteen books. From her home in western Maine, her adventures have taken her to five continents, twelve countries and forty-seven states, from several horse pack trips in the American West, weeklong horseback riding adventures in Australia and Hungary, an exciting horseback excursion in Egypt, and a ten-day horse safari in South Africa, to rafting down the Grand Canyon, volunteering to Tanaznia, walking on the Great Wall of China and visiting the Potala Palace in Tibet. For several summers she was a ranch wrangler and trail guide at Rimrock Ranch, Cody, Wyoming. Ms Gott owns two Arabian horses. She began riding at the age of eight, and she has owned, raised and trained horses ever since, accounting for her knowledge and experience with horses as detailed in her cowgirl books and horse stories. You may visit her web site at www.prgottbooks.net