Riding Star by Stacy Gregg
  

Riding Star

Written by Stacy Gregg
Illustrated by
Part of the Pony Club Rivals Series

Synopsis

Riding Star by Stacy Gregg

There's more backstabbing and drama as loyalties are tested to the limit in the third episode of the high life at elite riding school, Blainford Academy. Georgie tests her skills on the polo field in the latest from the author of the Uk's bestselling pony series `Pony Club Secrets'. Georgie Parker has come out on top after her first term at Blainford `All-Stars' Academy. But after excelling in the showjumping ring can Georgie outclass her rivals on the polo pitch too? And is Kennedy Kirkwood out to cause trouble again? Find out in the latest instalment of Blainford gossip, drama and horse-riding hijinks!

About the Author

Stacy Gregg

The author of seventeen books, Stacy Gregg has reinvigorated the pony genre with her two popular series Pony Club Secrets and Pony Club Rivals.

Stacy Gregg understands the desperation of wannabe horsey girls who want a pony of their own. She spent many frustrating horse-less years training her bewildered dog to showjump in the back yard until her parents gave in and she got her first pony – a sway-backed brown mare named Bonnie. She currently rides a rather uppity, difficult chestnut gelding called Jasper and dreams of owning a posh Andalusian stallion.

A former high-profile fashion editor (she was a judge on the New Zealand version of TV’s Next Top Model and editor-at-large of Fashion Quarterly Magazine), Gregg has no regrets about trading her Christian Louboutins for life in gumboots. She lives in Auckland with her partner Michael, their nine-year-old daughter and assorted animals.

Photo credit Carolyn Haslett

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
304 pages
Interest Age: From 9 years

Author

Stacy Gregg
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Author's Website

stacygregg.co.uk/

Publisher

HarperCollins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Publication date

31st March 2011

ISBN

9780007333455


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