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New York City - Sept 27, 2017 - The entire horse racing community mourns the loss of Helen B. (Penny) Chenery, who died on September 16, 2017. Marion Altieri knew her well, and has written a moving account of her relationship with this inspiring horsewoman, and her observations about the spirit of the woman who shaped an entire sport:
“Penny was a Klingon Warrior: the specter of Death could not frighten her. She was—is—always will be—a woman whose two feet were planted on the ground, firmly and precisely. She was who you think—and at the same time, she was not the person whom many horse racing fans and peers thought they knew. She was beautiful, sharp and tough as nails.

And there’s nothing wrong with being tough as nails, especially if you’re a woman in the sport of horse racing…” Read the full, intriguing story online here.

The four-day Rolex Central Park Horse Show (RCPHS) is one of the most exciting and spectacular equestrian events of the year. This year, organizers decided to try something new: the U.S. Open $50,000 Arena Eventing Competition. Using traditional eventing as an inspiration for this class, the arena evening relay paired speed class was created by Mark Beliissimo. CEO of International Equestrian Group (IEG) to accommodate the small arena in the Central Park. Read the informative article by Patrica Saffran to find out more here.

An extraordinary new book has just been published: "All the King’s Horses: The Equestrian Life of Elvis Presley," by award-winning filmmaker and actress, Victoria Racimo and equestrian expert and author, Kimberly Gatto.

This is the first-ever book dedicated to Elvis’s equestrian side. Racimo and Gatto share rare stories, interviews, and photographs that dig deep into that side of Elvis few saw, and shows readers the depth of truth in Churchill’s quote, “The outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man.”

Acclaimed actress, Christine Baranski calls the book, “A wonderful account of how Elvis Presley, living under the mega wattage of his super stardom, found his ultimate solace and deepest center in the company of his horses. A testament to the healing power of these majestic, noble animals. His relationship with Rising Sun, his beloved Palomino, reads like a love affair. A marvelous book!”

While humans came and went, horses were a constant in Elvis’s life. Elvis cherished any time he could retreat to his stables at Graceland, or his barn at the Circle G ranch in Mississippi. He loved living at the Circle G, finding peace and solace, riding his horses, and being close to Mother Nature. "This place brings me back to the basics..." Elvis said. "I'm talkin' about hanging on to your soul."

Author Racimo says, "I was amazed and thrilled to discover how much Elvis loved horses, and in turn, how much love and joy his horses brought him—especially when he needed peace and quietude from the mega pressures of his show biz life.”

Read EIE’s review by Marion E. Altieri on this amazing book here.

View a trailer for All the King’s Horses: The Equestrian Life of Elvis Presley here.

The book is available to purchase on Amazon via the EIE website here.

We are pleased to announce the three winners in our recent contest, Sign-Up to Win: Waterford Crystal and Amazon Gift Cards. Our grand prize winner, Janet, had a suggestion for us here at EIE, and so we'll be looking into providing more information about state parks. Here's what she had to say:
"Love the section on travel to horseback riding programs. Would love to see more info on state parks that allow horses and other places beside dude ranches. ;o)"

Read more about our winners and the prizes they won here.

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