Braintree– September 1st, 2008 - Ghostlight Ltd publisher of title Mary King’s Riding School, out now on Nintendo DS, is proud to announce their endorser’s latest achievement. Mary King, along with Great Britain's eventing team secured an Olympic bronze medal after 3 days of eventing at the Beijing Olympics.
Mary King’s skill and excellence in the dressage and cross-country disciplines moved Britain from 12th position up into 3rd place, making her one of four British riders to qualify for the individual final, along with Tina Cook, William Fox-Pitt and Daisy Dick.
Keen equestrians can follow in Mary King’s footsteps and practice their riding with Mary King’s Riding School on the Nintendo DS™. The game, which launched August 29th in the UK, opens the stable doors on one of the most aspirational riding schools of the equestrian world. With personal tuition, Mary King players can learn to care for, train and compete with their very own horse. Taking part in international events across the globe, riders will need to master the three major equestrian disciplines; dressage, cross-country and show jumping.
Speaking with Mary King after her bronze medal glory, she commented“It was great to compete at my 5th Olympic games and to win another team medal is brilliant. I’m looking forward to some relaxation time now and hoping to improve on my virtual riding skills in Mary King’s Riding School on the DS”
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About Mary King
Mary King was inspired to begin eventing following a visit to the Badminton Horse Trials and later went on to win the event in 1992 with her horse, King William. She later won the event again in 2000 with Star Appeal.
Mary King is one of Britain’s most famous eventing icons. Currently a member of the Senior British Squad with Zara Phillips, her equestrian career has brought five team gold medals at World and European Championships and the title of British Champion a record five times. Mary has represented Britain at the last four Olympic Games and is representing Britain again at the Olympic™ games in Beijing.
Part of the Majesty House group of companies, and established in 2004, Ghostlight has seen a meteoric rise earning a well-deserved reputation as a leading European publisher of full price video games.
As well as supporting the current major platforms Ghostlight aims to be at the forefront of publishing for the next generation of consoles. Ghostlight has set its standards at the highest level reinforcing its stated aim of focusing on premium quality games of the highest calibre.
“Ghostlight– publishing for the next generation”, www.ghostlight.uk.com
For more information please contact Ghostlight Ltd. on: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Coyote Console
Coyote Console Ltd. has been making original and licensed games since 1998. Sprung from Probe Entertainment, the directors were involved in senior art code and design positions on Die Hard Trilogy and Alien Trilogy. Since Coyote's inception, the company grew from 3 to 60 people, doubling its work production and income several times over within the 10 year period. With the launch of DS and Wii, Coyote Console has shifted its attention to this area of the marketplace with an aim to make high quality attractive games that feature the values of customisation, nurture, reward and community. In 2007-8, the company also brought to market Operation Vietnam (DS), Allied Ace Pilots (DS), Agent Hugo Lemon Twist (PS2/PC/Wii), and will shortly release Wonder World (Wii) and Yamaha Supercross (Wii/PS2/PC/DS).
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