Wellington, FL (June 2, 2010) – New York Times bestselling mystery writer and Grand Prix dressage rider Tami Hoag has traveled from coast to coast each year to live the winters in Florida and the summers in California. This year marks a big change for Hoag as she has decided to stay in Wellington year round.
Hoag will continue to create her thrilling and heart-stopping murder mystery New York Times Bestsellers while she trains and competes in Florida. “The stress of traveling back and forth is a lot for the horses and this is a great opportunity to settle in and make Wellington home. The best resources are available in the area including boarding, training and showing,” said Hoag.
Hoag released her latest mystery novel Deeper Than the Dead this year and it quickly became Hoag’s fifteenth New York Times bestseller. Hoag is in full swing with the sequel to Deeper Than the Dead called Secrets to the Grave. “It is already scheduled to go on sale in December of 2010, so no time to dilly-dally. My day consists of riding in the morning, the gym in the afternoon, and working in the evenings,” Hoag said.
This season, Hoag made the switch from adult amateur grand prix rider to professional grand prix rider. Hoag had been riding since she was a child and is preparing a stable of what may be her “best horses ever” for the fall dressage circuit.
Wellington has become the go-to place for equestrians all over the world, providing international level competitions for Hunter, Jumpers and Dressage riders. Competitions such as The Nations Cup for Jumpers, Exquis World Dressage Masters and Dressage CDIs throughout the season have proved that Wellington great location for achieving success in any discipline.
For more information about Tami Hoag, or to see a list of her novels, visit her website at www.tamihoag.com.
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