The fourth gripping adventure in this exciting new pony-club series. With gymkhanas to win, rivals to defeat, mysteries to solve and ponies in danger to save -- these books are perfect for all girls who love ponies. Issie has landed her dream job -- handling horses on a real film set! And with a group of frisky palominos to deal with, Issie asks her friends at pony club to help out too. But it's not just the horses who play up on set -- what is spoilt actress Angelique's problem? Could this be Issie's chance for stardom...? Join talented young rider, Issie, on another action-packed adventure from the Chevalier Point Pony Club. Lead title More adventures in the collectable series for girls who love ponies! / Bridges the gap between My Secret Unicorn and Chestnut Hill -- real pony adventures but with a spiritual twist / Another four books planned in the series / Retail promotions across the high street and mass market with pony themed competitions and giveways! / Continuing the media partnership with PONY magazine, the no. 1 tween mag for pony-mad girls! / Competitions, features and reviews in all other tween press and online / Competition: Chestnut Hill/Heartland series Lauren Brooke
Stacy Gregg loved horses right from the start. Determined to have her own pony, she saved up every cent and by the time she was five, her piggy bank was groaning with enough small change to buy a horse. Unfortunately, her dreams continued to be hampered by the fact that she lived in the city with her exasperatingly 'unhorsey' family. There would be another four frustrating years of cantering on brooms around the Gregg family living room until, finally, her parents went rural and a string of ponies followed. These days, Stacy divides her time between writing the Pony Club Secrets series and working as editor of fashion website Runwayreporter.com. Stacy is 39 years old. She lives with her partner and their seven year-old daughter in a converted soccer club rooms in Auckland, New Zealand. She does not currently have a piggy bank, but she is definitely making plans to buy another horse.
Praise for `The Princess and the Foal':
`The perfect gift for girls with big dreams' The Bookseller
`Great new book - 10/10' Newmarket Journal
`Younger readers will delight in this heartwarming tale' Horse