Webinar with New York Times Author Elizabeth Letts on Her Book The Eighty-Dollar Champion

December 8, 2011–MyHorse Daily, a new online community featuring daily articles from industry experts, how-to videos and horse care tips, will host a live ?Ask the Author? webinar with New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Letts about her new book, The Eighty-Dollar Champion: Snowman, the Horse that Inspired a Nation at 9 p.m. EST on Tuesday, December 13, 2011. To register for the webinar, please visit.

The Eighty-Dollar Champion tells the story of horse trainer and Dutch immigrant Harry de Leyer, who met the former plow horse he would eventually name Snowman on a cold, bleak winter afternoon in 1956 on a rickety truck bound for the slaughterhouse. Harry recognized the spark in the white horse’s eye and bought him for eighty dollars. Harry and Snowman soon became a champion show jumping duo and their story inspired hope in the hearts of a Cold War-era America. The Eighty-Dollar Champion is a dramatic and inspiring tale of Harry and Snowman?s rise to stardom in the show-jumping circuit.

The Eighty-Dollar Champion is the December Book of the Month for MyHorse Books, the online book club for horse lovers hosted by MyHorse Daily. MyHorse Books Community members are involved in choosing the monthly book as well as leading group discussions on book topics alongside MyHorse Daily editors. MyHorse Books members can purchase the monthly book at a discount from HorseBooks Etc.

?The Eighty-Dollar Champion: An evening with New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Letts? is a free event during which listeners can ask questions and share their insights in a thought-provoking online conversation. To register, please go to.

Readers interested in joining MyHorse Books can sign up for a free MyHorse Daily membership at MyHorse.com. New members will receive a free downloadable horse training guide on the canter with Julie Goodnight from MyHorse Daily, just for signing up. For more information on signing up and receiving the free downloadable guide, Julie Goodnight?s Tips for Riding a Horse: How to Ride a Horse at the Canter, visit.

Read Nancy Jaffer’s review of the book.

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