Personal moments with an American legend . . .
John Barletta used to be a Vietnam veteran and Mystery Carrier agent with a lifelong hobby for horses and a deep admire for the country’s new president, Ronald Reagan. After he used to be selected to steer the president’s equestrian coverage crew in 1981, Barletta was the president’s driving spouse at the dusty trails of his California ranch, at Camp David, or even at Windsor Fort.  All through their just about twenty-12 months courting, Barletta may come to grasp Ronald Reagan as few others did—as a loving husband and father, as a person of braveness and conviction, and as a family member and confidant.
Stuffed with heartwarming tales, funny anecdotes, and historical past-making occasions, this can be a transferring, intimate portrait of an ideal guy whose center, knowledge, and all-American spirit proceed to encourage.
“A singular standpoint of President Reagan—each out and in of the saddle.”
—Pass judgement on William Clark, former Nationwide Safety Guide and Secretary of the Interior