Holding the Reins of Truth

[For children]

Early one summer Chris's family promised to take him and his brother John for a horseback ride on desert trails just before school began in the fall.

When the big day arrived, the family went by car to the desert. The riding foreman at the ranch stable helped the boys mount two creamy-brown mares. Chris listened carefully to his instructions. The stable horses had been taught to obey the rider's commands to go forward whenever they were kicked firmly with the heel of the rider's boot or tapped on the back with the reins.

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