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Stacy Gregg

Stacy_Gregg_1.jpgStacy Gregg is a best-selling author of genre pony fiction. She has written 17 books in her two popular series, Pony Club Secrets and Pony Club Rivals, published by HarperCollins UK, and sold almost a million copies worldwide. Her 2013 book The Princess and the Foal is based on the real-life childhood of Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein of Jordan.
Stacy lives in New Zealand and divides her time between riding horses and writing about them. She travels widely to research her books and is currently working on a novel set in the Bahamas and Spain. 

Selected bibliography:
  • Mystic and the Midnight Ride [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2007).
  • Blaze and the Dark Rider [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2007).
  • Destiny and the Wild Horses [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2008).
  • Stardust and the Daredevil Ponies [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2008).
  • Issie and the Christmas Pony [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2008).
  • Comet and the Champion’s Cup [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2008).
  • Storm and the Silver Bridle [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2009).
  • Fortune and the Golden Trophy [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2009). 
  • Victory and the All-Stars Academy [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2009).
  • Flame and the Rebel Riders [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2010).
  • Angel and the Flying Stallions [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2010).
  • The Auditions [Pony Club Rivals] (HarperCollins 2010).
  • Showjumpers [Pony Club Rivals] (HarperCollins 2010).
  • Riding Star [Pony Club Rivals] (HarperCollins 2011).
  • The Prize [Pony Club Rivals] (HarperCollins 2011).
  • Liberty and the Dream Ride [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2011).
  • Nightstorm and the Grand Slam [Pony Club Secrets] (HarperCollins 2011).
  • The Princess and the Foal (HarperCollins 2013).
  • Storylines Notable Book Award 2016 (Junior Fiction) for The Girl who Rode the Wind (HarperCollins)
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