Andrew Morris has been interested in horses from an early age, when he first convinced his parents to buy him a pony. As time went on, he graduated from the smallest of ponies to larger ones, and eventually to horses. He developed an interest in showjumping in his 20s and went on to compete all over Britain. He now specializes in breeding sporthorses and is the owner of some well-known stallions; much of his young stock has gone on to compete in showjumping, dressage and eventing. Andrew is convinced of the efficacy of alternative equine therapies, and regularly treats sick or injured horses using these methods. He lives in Hertfordshire, England.
Bob Langrish lives in a 17th century tithe barn, deep in the heart of the Cotswold countryside in England. He has established a firm reputation as one of the foremost international equestrian photographers in the world, and after 35 years of specialization in the field, has built a photographic library consisting of over 350,000 pictures, covering all aspects of equitation. His photographs have been used to illustrate over 100 books and he has contributed to 200 more. He has been a photographer at five Olympic games and travels to the United States at least seven times a year for calendar photography, adding 20,000 new images to his library every year. He works for top equestrian magazines in more than 19 countries of the world.