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Maryland Author Publishes Collection of Horse Stories

Sykesville, Maryland – September 15, 2006 – Fred Glueckstein, a resident of Maryland, has published a collection of stories titled Of Men, Women and Horses about one of history’s most enduring relationships; those of men, women and, the most noble of animals, horses.

“Horses are magnificent creatures,” said Fred Glueckstein, “They have played an important role throughout history and in the lives of people from all walks of life. These stories are a special tribute to the bond that men and women – artists, writers, soldiers, celebrities – have had with horses: relationships that have inspired their lives, given them pleasure, and provided solace during difficult times. Stories of some remarkable champion Thoroughbred race horses and their owners, trainers, and jockeys are also told.”

The collection includes the touching and inspiring true stories of Rosa Bonheur and The Horse Fair (1853); Capt. Myles Keogh and Comanche (1876); Anna Sewell and Black Beauty (1877); Richard Stone Reeves and War Admiral (1937); Jacqueline Bouvier (Kennedy) and Danseuse (1940); Lt. Ed Ramsey and Bryn Awryn (1942); Gen. George S. Patton and the Lipizzaners (1945); Marguerite Henry and Misty of Chincoteague (1947); Sir Winston S. Churchill and Colonist II (1949); Dick Francis and Devon Loch (1956); Sir Alfred J. Munnings: An Artist’s Life (1959), and the champion Thoroughbred race horses Exterminator (1918), Black Gold (1924), Gallant Fox (1930), Omaha (1935), and Assault (1946).

In celebration of the publication of Of Men, Women and Horses, Fred will be the guest of honor at a reception and book signing during the Town of Leesburg, Virginia's “First Friday Event” from 5 to 9 pm on Friday evening, December 1, 2006 at “All the King's Horses” Exquisite Equine Art & Whimsical Gifts . This exclusively equestrian art gallery and gift store is located at 24 South King Street in the Historic District of Leesburg, Virginia 20175. The telephone number is (703) 777-7989; visit http://www.AllKingsHorses.com for directions.

Of Men, Women and Horses by Fred Glueckstein

Retail Price: Trade Paperback; $20.99, 114 pages 1-4134-9040-9; Cloth Hardback; $30.99 114 pages, 1-4257-1017-4. For more information, contact Xlibris at (888) 795-4274 or on the web at http://www.Xlibris.com. All Xlibris books are distributed through Ingram Distribution and Baker & Taylor.

Xlibris is a strategic partner of Random House Ventures, LLC, and a subsidiary of Random House, Inc. Xlibris books can be purchased in any major bookstore, or online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders or Xlibris.

About the Author

Fred Glueckstein attended Queens College of the City University of New York and New York University. He has written extensively about horses. Fred has been published in such magazines as The Chronicle of the Horse, Horses in Art, Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, Equestrian, ARMY magazine, Preakness Souvenir Magazine, and Finest Hour, the official publication of the Churchill Centre and International Societies. Fred is a columnist for PhelpsSports.com, a new 24/7 all-equestrian sports network on the Internet. He is also the author of The ’27 Yankees – the story of the legendary 1927 New York Yankees of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. Fred and his wife Eileen live in Sykesville, Maryland. They have two children, Brian and Debra.

 

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