When Jan Hardy triumphs at Cheltenham little does she know that the year ahead will be the most traumatic and exciting of her life . . .
Wealthy businessman A. D. O' Hagan wants Jan to train one of his most promising young horses, Morning Glory. Nervous and terrified of travelling, the thoroughbred seems impossible to train. Until a young stable hand new to Jan's yard discovers his horse whispering talents.
Meanwhile a violent robbery leads to an unexpected tragedy and brings an intense rivalry to a head between Jan and fellow trainer Virginia Gilbert. And as Eddie, still recovering from a serious car accident, realises that his troubles are only beginning, Jan must face an old adversary and a new vendetta . . .
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About Jenny Pitman
Jenny Pitman is well known as the first woman of racing. She has achieved success in the world's toughest races and has landed two Grand Nationals. In 1984 she became the first woman to train a Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, and has also trained the winners of the Scottish, Welsh and Irish Grand Nationals. This is her fourth novel.
The Vendetta by Jenny Pitman
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