True Colors, Jana Harris's first broodmare, was more than Harris bargained for: a complex, traumatized animal whose outsized personality would transform everyone around her, both human and equine. When she arrived at Harris's farm, she was in dire shape, having survived a range fire. She was terrified, and her will to escape was enormous. In Horses Never Lie About Love, Harris lyrically recounts how this wounded, implacable beast nevertheless held a magical influence over the other horses of the ranch, and how she eased into the role of mother after having a foal. In time she became the heart of the ranch. Now 33 years old, she is a presence without whom the other horses cannot sleep at night, and whose quiet wisdom transmits strength of character that transcends the thin line between animals and the humans they love.
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