Stay Light In The Saddle
As she entered her middle years, arthritis set in. By then she'd become addicted to the adrenalin rush of winning tape. Her joints were degenerating, but she refused to give up.
She had first one and then a second hip replaced. Medication could keep pain at bay, but what she couldn't foresee, or avoid, was a freak accident that tested her courage and her resolve to the utmost.
STAY LIGHT IN THE SADDLE will enthrall those who love horse riding, and it will also appeal to those who've never laid a hand on a saddle. for the traveler, this book highlights the austere beauties of Namibia's desert country.
Frankie sat on a horse for the first time when she was six years old. She honed her riding skills at an English boarding school and spent happy holidays with her family in Nigeria, where her father worked as an engineer. After two decades of having fun and travelling around Africa, she settled in Namibia and now lives on a small-holding outside Windhoek, sharing her life with her partner, David, their two dogs and four horses.