▶️ Fans line up for Terrebonne horse riding champion’s book signing


Barnes and Noble was busy Saturday afternoon for Sanoma Blakeley’s book signing. She’s the young woman from Terrebonne Central Oregon Daily News featured this week after becoming the youngest female to win the world’s most-prestigious endurance horse race.

Eager people waited in a line that wrapped all around the store to meet Sanoma and get their copy of “Chasing Dreams: The True Story of the youngest female Tevis Cup Champion,” signed by the author.

That is, if those visitors were lucky to get one. The event started at 2 p.m. and all the books in the store were sold out within 30 minutes.

Blakeley won the Tevis Cup in 2019 on her horse, Goober, that she got years ago for free on Craigslist. You can watch our story on Sanoma and Goober here.

“Chasing Dreams” was picked up by a publisher and released in July and is available at local bookstores and on Amazon.

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