Kingston University for the Gifted

Kingston University for the Gifted

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Heather By Barnrat Updated Mar 21

In 2024, the United States of America took a crushing loss in the Olympics. They never placed once. Fearing the effect this will have on America's reputation, the government decides to experiment a bit and train college students solely for the 2028 Summer Olympic Games. Thus, Kingston University for the Gifted was opened on an island off the coast of Southern California. Here money doesn't matter. There's no tuition- just a signed contract demanding appearance in the Games.

Kyle grew up mucking out stalls in exchange for riding lessons. His family never had much money, so fancy riding instruction never was an option. When a scout appears at a show offering him a way into the big leagues, he doesn't refuse. But will he regret his decision in a world filled with backbreaking work, huge expectations to live up to, and quite a few 1,500 lb animals with minds of their own?

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