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Keep wild mustangs off the endangered species list.
Animal activist encourages protection of horses in new book.
By long-time resident of San Marino, Marilyn Holdsworth.
SAN MARINO, CA-What do Doris Day, Bob Barker, Mary Tyler Moore, have in common? They share an immense love for animals and a strong desire to protect them. But while others speak out publicly, Holdsworth puts her efforts into words.
In her book “Pegasus” Holdsworth shines light on the issues of animal abuse and exploitation. The story centers around Hannah, a young widowed journalist fiercely dedicated to saving wild mustangs from slaughter. After rescuing a badly injured horse, she searches to discover the animal’s true identity and fights to save it’s life, all the while falling in love.
A former horse owner and trainer as well as a supporter of Horse Rescue and Wild Horse Preservation, Holdsworth’s lifelong commitment to horses served as motivation for “Pegasus”.
” I wrote this book because I am deeply concerned about the exploitation and abuse of horses.”
Holdsworth says. “I wanted to make people aware and gain their support in this fight against maltreatment.”
“Pegasus” captivates audiences with an eye-opening and adventurous tale of love and wild mustangs.
“Pegasus” by Marilyn Holdsworth
Paperback 6 by 9, retail price $14.95 ISBN: 9781456701833
Also available as ebook or hardback, ISBN: 9781456701826
Available at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com
Vroman’s Pasadena: www.vromansbookstore.com