Television and radio presenter and author Clare Balding will come to Books at the Barn to talk about her life, and her new book for children THE RACEHORSE WHO LEARNED TO DANCE. The queen of sports broadcasting, Clare has worked at six Olympic Games as well as the Winter Olympics, Paralympics, Commonwealth Games, the Grand National, Royal Ascot, Wimbledon and the Ryder Cup. She also presents the hugely popular walking programme, Ramblings on BBC Radio 4. Clare’s first book, MY ANIMALS AND OTHER FAMILY, her autobiography of growing up in Berkshire, the daughter of the Queen’s racehorse trainer, was a runaway number one bestseller and won the 2012 Autobiography of the Year. Her subsequent book, WALKING HOME was also a Sunday Times Bestseller. Clare’s debut children’s novel THE RACEHORSE WHO WOULDN’T GALLOPwas the second bestselling children’s debut of 2016. THE RACEHORSE WHO LEARNED TO DANCE is the third in her series for children.