East Rutherford, NJ – Equine authors Victoria M. Howard and Bob Marks will be at the Meadowlands on Saturday, December 5 for a book signing of their recent book, Meadow Skipper, The Untold Story.
The book signing will take place inside the main entrance of the racetrack from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Both Howard and Marks will also be appearing live on the Meadowlands TV show.
The book will be sold at the track for $15.00.
The book is an unofficial biography of a champion Standardbred race horse, who singlehandedly changed the direction of an entire breed of animal.
Meadow Skipper, the untold story, is an unforgettable saga of an equine Rocky Balboa, who overcame insurmountable odds to emerge as harness racing’s greatest progenitor since Adam. This story is relayed in a unique way to authors Howard and Marks — straight from the horse’s mouth as only he could tell it.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Howard is an internationally published author. Her book, Why Women Love Bad Boys, is now sold in 15 countries. Howard, who has trained and raced Standardbred horses, is the co-author of Roosevelt Raceway: Where It All Began and 12 other books. She also writes a relationship column called Dear Victoria in a South Florida paper. In 2011, she was awarded VIP Woman of the Year by Who’s Who Women Worldwide.
Marks, who was recently inducted into the Harness Racing Hall of Fame, has been a long time racing handicapper, pedigree expert and writer. He has also bred and merchandised thousands of Standardbred horses throughout his career. He is also a published poet, lyricist and broadcaster.
The Harness Racing Dynamic Duo of equine book writing, Howard and Marks have promised a surprise announcement on December 5 at the Meadowlands.