The Pony Rider Boys in Texas

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(4.4 stars; 62 reviews)

Yee-hawww! The Pony Rider Boys are on the trail again! In the second book of this series, Professor Zepplin has taken the young men to San Diego, Texas, to experience the life of a cowboy. The cattle drive will take them across the great state of Texas, where they will meet many dangers and adventures. (Summary by Ann Boulais)

Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Rockies
Next book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in Montana< (4 hr 50 min)


01 - In the Land of the Cowboy 10:31 Read by Jennifer Wiginton
02 - The Pony Riders Join the Outfit 13:38 Read by Jennifer Wiginton
03 - Putting the Cows to Bed 9:42 Read by Jennifer Wiginton
04 - The First Night in Camp 12:08 Read by Jennifer Wiginton
05 - Cutting Out the Herd 17:38 Read by Jennifer Wiginton
06 - Tad Takes a Desperate Chance 7:46 Read by Jennifer Wiginton
07 - The Herd Fords the River 12:51 Read by William Tomcho
08 - The Approach of the Storm 13:56 Read by Richard Kilmer (1942 - 2022)
09 - Chased by a Stampeding Herd 7:25 Read by William Tomcho
10 - A Miraculous Escape 13:42 Read by Richard Kilmer (1942 - 2022)
11 - The Vigil on the Plains 20:57 Read by Richard Kilmer (1942 - 2022)
12 - Under a Strange Influence 13:38 Read by Richard Kilmer (1942 - 2022)
13 - Chunky Ropes a Cowboy 12:29 Read by Richard Kilmer (1942 - 2022)
14 - On a Wild Night Ride 13:31 Read by Richard Kilmer (1942 - 2022)
15 - Fording a Swollen River 11:49 Read by Richard Kilmer (1942 - 2022)
16 - A Brave Rescue 10:47 Read by Brett W. Downey
17 - Making New Friends 15:22 Read by Brett W. Downey
18 - Breaking in the Bronchos 8:13 Read by Brett W. Downey
19 - Grit Wins the Battle 11:03 Read by Robin Cotter
20 - Dinner at the Ox Bow 11:08 Read by Robin Cotter
21 - A Call for Help 10:57 Read by William Tomcho
22 - Lost in the Adobe Church 9:20 Read by William Tomcho
23 - Solving the Mystery 13:50 Read by William Tomcho
24 - Conclusion 8:24 Read by csjesi1


Pony Rider Boys

(4 stars)

Ok tales of young boys and their adventures in the old western days. Nice easy listening change of pace tales. Pretty well narrated by several narrators. Thanks

Good for t/ween boys

(5 stars)

this story is what young teen boys need to hear. It affirms the best of masculinity, and also has moments of comic relief without mocking or bullying. The ending is predictable, but that doesn't drive the pace so it's fine. All the readers are decent or better, and the variety they bring keeps it from repetitiveness.

(3 stars)

not as good as the first. It could easily have been titled Tad in Texas as the author forgot about Ned and Walter completely and only threw Stacy in when he needed a fat or clumsy joke. Half of Tad's exploits were actually more fitting to the other characters personalities anyway

(5 stars)

This story is excellent. I really like the readers and the author . I think Brett Miller is mistaken about the author not putting Ned and Walter in the story .

(5 stars)

Good little story but a reference using the "N" word. It is unfortunately common for books in this era.