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Meet Stacy at The Badminton Horse Trials 2014!

Stacy will be there from May 9th-11th doing signings at the Equestrian Books stand.

Come and say hello and get your favourite Stacy Gregg book personally signed!

Signing times are:

Friday 9th – 1pm

Saturday 10th – 2pm

Sunday 11th – 11am and 1pm

See you there!!


Coming soon…

“The sun glinted off the steel. I looked at Cara standing so trustingly before me. She didn’t know that I was doing this for her, out of love. I ran my finger down the edge, testing the blade. It was razor sharp. Once I made the first cut there would be no turning back…”

On a remote island in the Bahamas, a twelve year-old girl is about to embark on an epic adventure.  Her journey will take her through hurricanes and across the high seas, halfway around the world and back in time to Christopher Columbus’s Spain, as she unravels the real-life mystery of the world’s rarest horse…

The last thing you’d expect to find in the jungle on a tropical island is a horse.  Or so Beatriz Ortega believes until she stumbles across a wild mare with strange ‘medicine hat’ markings in the jungles of Great Abaco.

Beatriz feels an instant connection with the island mare; a bond that will push her to the very limits of her courage and take her back in time, to Spain in 1493, where another young girl, Felipa Molina and her horse, a mare named Cara, are also fighting for their lives.  As the fates of Beatriz, Felipa and their horses become ever more entwined, Beatriz realises that the future of the island horses depends on her…

Based on the extraordinary true story of the Abaco Barb, The Island of Lost Horses explores a real-life mystery that has remained unsolved for over five hundred years.

Stacy in Beirut

Click on the link below to read about The Princess and the Foal in Beirut…



Spring is baby season…

Congratulations to proud new mum Violet who had a son this weekend…

Isn’t he a handsome boy? A chestnut just like his mum Violet. Violet and the foal belong to my friend Michelle who is so excited to have a new baby to take care of! He doesn’t have a name yet – I will let you know when he does!




The Princess and the Foal NZ release

Check out Stacy’s blog of her NZ book tour. And click on the photo below for a link to the story in Canvas magazine…



It’s the last day of HOYS – Sunday 13th. Come and see Stacy Gregg and get a personally signed copy of her new book The Princess and the Foal.


Meet Stacy at the
Horse of the Year Show
in Birmingham this October!

Stacy is going to be signing copies of her latest book The Princess and the Foal at the Equestrian Books stand on Saturday October 12 and Sunday October 13, 2013.

Come along and meet Stacy and buy a personally autographed copy of her new hardback novel, The Princess and the Foal, on Saturday and Sunday October 12 & 13 at the Horse of the Year Show at Birmingham’s NEC centre.

Stacy will be doing morning and afternoon sessions at Stand 10a in the main pavilion. There will also be copies of Pony Club Secrets and Pony Club Rivals for sale so come along and complete your collection!


Meet Stacy at Waterstones
Bury St Edmunds!

Stacy is signing books at the Bury St Edmunds Waterstones on Friday October 11th  at 4pm.

Come along to Waterstones and get your own personally autographed hardback copy of The Princess and the Foal.


Jock Paget wins Burghley!

Congratulations Jock!!
To win Badminton and Burghley on the same horse in the same year is a feat that no-one has achieved since Ginny Leng on Master Craftsman back in 1989!

It was the most exciting Burghley Horse Trials ever as Jock Paget took the lead right from dressage phase and held it all the way on Clifton Promise! Incredibly Jock also held second place too on Clifton Lush after the cross-country! Unfortunately Lush had a bang on the fetlock during cross-country and Jock decided to withdraw him before the trotting up for the showjumping phase.

Jock won with a rail still in hand over fellow NZer Andrew Nicholson who took second and third place.

Jock’s rise to stardom is amazing. Like the incredible UK rider Mary King, Jock is a latecomer to eventing. He had never jumped a fence before he was 18 and made his living for a while riding rodeo broncs! Now he is one of the best eventers in the world and has won the two most famous four stars – Badminton and Burghley.

*Super-secret fact for Pony Club Secrets readers: Stacy actually based the character of Marcus Pearce from PCS books 12 & 13 on Jock after having riding lessons with him!