Christine Dickenson

British author who appears to have written just the one book, a 1970s pony story which like Christine Pullein-Thompson's Riders on the March, tackled a very real problem of the time: that of riding schools trying to survive in the ever encroaching urban world.

Pony Books:

Reprinted in paperback
SUMMARY: Can the new riding school thrive in its urban setting and with so many problems to overcome?

Collectors info:
Although not a particularly common title, it is reasonably easy to track down in the UK and is usually low cost. Fairly hard to find elsewhere however.