"i have been living in a neighborhood surrounded by predominantly caucasian (and might i add jewish) horses, and i've found that frequently, my white horses disappear into the neighborhoods of the inner city african american horses in order to do "business deals." prior to reading this book, i was unaware of what my horses were actually doing, but reading about Latawnya and her misadventures opened my eyes to the depravity and corruption of my horses and their hidden drug deals. i now realize that i should have read this book earlier, and educated my horses...i also would encourage owners of black horses to bring education to their communities so that equine drug overdoses can stop happening in our neighborhoods. when i confronted my horses on this matter, they admitted that they were not aware of the risks of drug and alcohol use, and after reading the book together, we had ourselves a good cry. now everyone knows what can happen when drugs are used and abused, and i believe that my horses and i are not only better for it as individuals, but have a closer relationship. "