NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A new autobiography has been released by New Canaan native George H. Morris entitled, "Unrelenting: The Real Story: Horses, Bright Lights, and My Pursuit of Excellence."
Morris is an internationally renowned equestrian and former coach for the U.S. Olympic show jumping team. He grew up in New Canaan and his family owned The Old Betts House. He speaks of New Canaan and its residents in his book and includes a number of photos taken in the area.
Due to Morris’s fame in equestrian circles, the celebrities with whom he has worked throughout the years and the nature of the book, "Unrelenting" has been a best seller on Amazon since its release several weeks ago and has been featured in Town and Country Magazine.