A Good Year – we hope!

We are all so excited – we’ve got some great projects in the pipeline this year. Polly Grosvenor’s fabulous Equestrian Legends promises to be one of our ‘big’ books. One problem at the moment for Polly is when to stop writing. She is covering both human and equestrian legends from all kinds of disciplines from show jumping to racing as well as those who have made a major contribution to our world, such as Black Beauty and the courageous Sefton. As you can imagine – there are so many incredible horses and humans who deserve the title of equestrian legend.


A book that we are sure will be one of our best sellers is a children’s pony story with is a collaboration between Jacqui Broderick, who has five books under her belt and ESMA award winning equestrian artist Tony O’Connor.


American authors Natalie Kreinert, who has written nine books and Judith Tarr, the author of almost fifty books will now be published by Lavender and White Equestrian Publishing. Natalie’s latest book The Head And Not The Heart will be launched this spring. Judith Tarr is publishing a collection of equestrian fantasy short stories, Nine White Horses this spring.


We also have two new non-fiction titles to add to our stable. Bradley Whale has written a hugely informative book, Equine Biomechanics – The Secret to Competition Success. This is the first of a series of books which details equestrian therapy and its uses.  This spring will see the publication of dressage expert Michael Stevens’ latest book A Classical Schooling Guide.


These and our other books will be available in the spring on our web site, which we are in the process of updating in order to better showcase these and our other books. Haynet, the blogging site for all things equestrian and Lavender and White Equestrian Publishing are working together on a writing competition, which will be launched shortly.  Hopefully we will have time to ride with all of these new projects!


We are thrilled that these authors have joined us and are looking forward to working with more new and experienced equestrian authors of fiction and non-fiction this year.