The inspiring true story of how rodeo champion, Fiona Johnson's faith and determination helped her achieve her dreams and overcome some of life's greatest obstacles.
Born a city girl, Fiona Johnson was always drawn to horses. Aged 10 she saved her pocket money to buy a saddle at a garage sale. A pony followed and so she was finally able to begin her life-long love affair with horses.
Eventually Fiona moved from city to country to make a life with her new husband. But shortly after they were married, tragedy struck and Fiona was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukaemia. Chances of survival were slim.
This is the story of Fiona's fight to survive and her ambition to fulfil her dreams of becoming a rodeo rider and a mother. Told with honesty, warmth and a fierce determination, this is an inspiring true story of beating the odds.
About the Author
Fiona Johnson is a bright, beautiful young woman and a champion in her chosen sport of Rodeo. She is a three time NRA finalist, won the Rookie Champion Breakaway Roping in 2005 and has a personal best in Breakaway Roping of 2.29 seconds. Fiona is also a horse trainer who can ride dressage, rodeo and western and has shown horses at national and state level. She practices natural horsemanship. Now 34, Fiona currently lives with her husband Matt, their two gorgeous children, Mahli and Beau, and their horses in the NSW rural community of Murwillumbah.
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st May 2014
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.8 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.3