Derry Moore is the author of Rooms and In House, both published by Rizzoli. Sir Richard Stagg is a former British ambassador and high commissioner. Ian Balding is a British trainer of racehorses. Sir Humphrey Wakefield is an English baronet and expert on antiques and architecture. Clare, Countess of Euston is Lord-Lieutenant for Suffolk and a breeder of Suffolk Punch horses.
"Horses (Rizzoli) appear...in Derry Moore's
-Sloane Crosley's Favorite Fall 2016 Books, Vanity Fair
"Moore's work-with a unique eye for character, not just in his portraits of the horses but in the details of their surroundings-is a beautiful tribute to horses, their riders, stables, and the equestrian lifestyle around the world."
-Art of the Times
"Rizzoli's recently released Horses: Portraits by Derry Moore is a handsome volume full of sensitive photographs of its titular subjects. The London-based Moore, who is the 12th Earl of Drogheda, had never trained his eye on horses before - he's best known for posh interiors and portraits of the even posher humans who inhabit them - but the topic was suggested by an editor as a natural extension of his metier. The project took him to Louisiana, Kentucky, Spain, India and all across his native England."