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?The Connemara Stallion? is the second in a trio of books by author Ann Henning about a wild young pony named Cuaifeach. Set in the west of Ireland, Cuaifeach is now in the care of pony-mad Doreen. Spring is approaching, and it?s time to break Cuaifeach in ? but the spirited creature is near-impossible to tame, exasperating even the most experienced of handlers. Will anyone ever be able to tame this wild stallion? Full of fun, humour, and hijinks, this is a delightful children?s tale from the best-selling author. Ann Henning Jocelyn was born in Sweden in 1948. Following the death of her father, Ann and her siblings were raised by their mother in remote and beautiful Ed on the Norwegian border. Ann thrived here - by the age of four she was reading, and by five she had written her very first story. The family moved closer to Gothenburg following her mother?s remarriage, where Ann struggled in the new environment and turned to her love of reading and writing for comfort. Ann wrote her very first book ?Honeylove the Bearcub? by the time she was seven, and by nine she had a story published in a magazine. Ann attended Gothenburg University to study Classical Architecture and Drama, before moving to London to study theatre and drama. In 1982, Ann moved to Connemara on the west coast of Ireland to focus on her writing, where she still lives today along with her husband. The area is well-known for its? ponies, and the creatures became part of Ann?s daily life, influencing her writing. Bestseller ?The Connemara Whirlwind?, about life in the pony world of Connemara, was followed by ?The Connemara Stallion? and ?The Connemara Champion?. Also a keen playwright and theatre advocate, Ann co-founded the Connemara Theatre Company which has shown several of her plays including ?Baptism of Fire? and ?The Alternative?.