C. S. Adler

Carole Adler is an American author of children's and young adult books, three of which are about horses. All of the books, including the horse stories, are about teenagers dealing with various problems of growing up and life in general. Before becoming a writer, she worked as a teacher. She enjoys playing tennis and has written a story with tennis as a background. However I am not sure what her interest is in horses.

Ms. Adler has her own website.

Pony Books:

Reprinted in paperback
SUMMARY: Disappointed when her father cannot fulfill his promise of buying her a horse for her thirteenth birthday, Lainey throws her energy into training a neighbour's cantankerous horse, with whom she soon falls in love.

Reprinted in hardback.
SUMMARY: When her mother takes a job on a ranch in Arizona, twelve-year-old Leeann hopes to be able to ride whenever she wants, but it takes her own perseverance and the help of new friends to win over the ranch's crusty wrangler.

SUMMARY: The love of Jan's life is her horse, Dove, but Dove needs an operation and with Dad gone, Mom can't afford to pay for it. Then Jan is befriended by Mattie, who lives in the assisted-living house that was once Jan's home. But what can a lonely old woman and a needy girl do to help each other?

Collector's Info:
All easy to find in America. More than a Horse and One Unhappy Horse are still in print in both the USA and UK and can be ordered from Amazon.