Award-nominated tales from the track
Alex and Alexander run Cotswold Farm in Ocala, Florida. It’s a beautiful place of rolling hills, playful foals, and talented young racehorses. Perfect, right?
From warm winter mornings at Ocala training centers, to hot summer afternoons in the stands at Saratoga, the Alex and Alexander Series digs deep into what makes horse-people tick.
“[Alex is] easy to relate to–equal parts doubt and hope, insecurity
and confidence. I think she’s inspiring, and will nudge her readers to face
their own crises.” – Melaina Phipps, Saratoga.com
“The writing is beautiful, and if you love horses, she doesn’t dumb it down. She concentrates what makes horses so compelling.” – Alexa Shelton, Amazon Review for The Head and Not The Heart
“Morning workouts, vets, claiming, hot walkers, the condition book, it’s all there for people to relate to. Well written dialog, interesting believable characters (including the horses) make this one of my favorite horse books ever.” – Amazon Review for Other People’s Horses
Now: Read the Prequel in an all-new series starter, Runaway Alex.
The story continues with The Head and Not The Heart, a must-read for any equestrian who has ever questioned her purpose.
Explore life on the racetrack with Other People’s Horses, the Dr. Tony Ryan Book Award semi-finalist which explores summer racing in Saratoga.
Take time for a heartwarming holiday with Alex and Alexander in Claiming Christmas.
The journey from racetrack to retirement is the central focus of Turning for Home, the Dr. Tony. Ryan Book Award finalist, which tells a tale of off-track Thoroughbreds from the racetrack point of view.