OTHER PEOPLE’S HORSES is an Equestrian Best-seller at Amazon.com!
“Every time Natalie takes me to the barn I am totally entranced with her story.”
-Karen McGoldrick, author, “The Dressage Chronicles”
Now available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, the hotly-anticipated follow-up to THE HEAD AND NOT THE HEART is already a best-seller in its category.
“Written by a horse person for horse people,” writes one reviewer.
That’s the goal!
“Natalie breathes life into the backside and while her bio says it’s always been about the horses, she does a fine job fleshing out the humans in her stories, too. ‘Other People’s Horses’ is her best yet, with a stronger, truer voice coming through.”
“Stayed up late to finish an honest and satisfying story that makes me even crazier about horses and horse people.”
“I actually read this book in one sitting as I found it impossible to put down; beautifully written, by someone who obviously knows and loves horses. Natalie Keller Reinert guides us expertly through the processes involved in training race horses, in informative, jargon free narrative that has very human story-lines woven in.”
“Put this novel on the top of your Must Read list – you will not be disappointed!”
You can read an interview at Yahoo! Sports about the new book here.
The follow-up to the best-selling novella THE HEAD AND NOT THE HEART, featuring Alex and Alexander, two Thoroughbred trainers trying to do the right thing, will be available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, and Kobo!
About the book: “It’s the dream of a lifetime — and Alex should be thrilled, taking six horses to Saratoga for the storied racing meet. But circumstances are less than ideal. With her husband, Alexander, abroad, the racing community is suspicious of her credentials. And to make her even more uneasy, Kerri, her naive assistant, is a little too friendly with the trainer next door.
Ignoring the outside world, Alex throws herself into her work. Then she notices a new filly on the track — a filly with a problem she’s sure she can fix.
If only Alex owned that filly.
From training track gossip to tack room confidentials, OTHER PEOPLE’S HORSES continues the story of Alex and Alexander — two Thoroughbred trainers trying to do the right thing — that began in THE HEAD AND NOT THE HEART.”
About Natalie Keller Reinert
A writer specializing in equestrian topics, my work is richly informed by more than twenty years with horses, in everything from hunter/jumpers, eventing, breeding, and horse racing. I’ve competed through the preliminary level in eventing and have been a licensed exercise rider. Now a full-time writer, I’ve written for Practical Horseman, Horse Family, and run Retired Racehorse Blog, a one-stop source for information and commentary on Off-Track Thoroughbreds. I also write a literary column for Dappled Grey, an equestrian lifestyle blog.
For links to published work and magazine articles, click here.
My debut novel, “The Head and Not The Heart,” was released in 2011 to outstanding reviews. This story of finding oneself is set in the world of horse breeding and racing. A collection of short stories, “Horse-Famous: Stories” has also been warmly received.
In 2013, look for the release of Other People’s Horses, a follow-up to The Head and Not The Heart, set in beautiful Saratoga Springs, New York.
Also in 2013, look for Ambition, a novel about a young horsewoman determined to do whatever it takes to ride to the top of the sport of eventing.
Inquiries for interviews, product and book reviews, and articles and blog posts are welcome!
“The Head and Not The Heart” has climbed all the way to #1 on Amazon’s Horse Racing Bestseller list! You’ll also find it on the top ten for Sports Fiction and Equestrian Sports.
Here’s a picture I couldn’t resist taking:
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