Grooming for an international event rider, mounted patrol in Central Park, galloping racehorses at Aqueduct: if it has to do with horses, Natalie Keller Reinert has probably given it a try. Drawing on more than twenty years of equestrian pursuits, Reinert writes about the horse business and lifestyle from her home in Orlando, Florida. When not writing, she spends a lot of time in airplanes, theme parks, or playing with her eventing prospect, a chestnut pony named Ben. Reinert's books are acclaimed for their realism, attention to detail, and accurate portrayals of horse-people and the horses they love. OTHER PEOPLE'S HORSES was a semi-finalist for the Dr. Tony Ryan Book Award, a literary prize for literature dealing with horse racing, and TURNING FOR HOME was a top three finalist.