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This blog is dedicated to chronicling the stories and unique experiences of individuals that make up our diverse riding community.
Whether you ride Western or English, for fun or competitively, have no horses or a whole herd, we believe that every person that creates our equestrian community has a story to tell and voice that deserves to be heard.

January 2019

Interviewing my friend Deb last October was one of my favorites.  It was a beautiful fall day with the perfect weather.  What I appreciated most about interviewing Deb was how much talking to her reminded me of this simple truth:  we are so, so, so lucky to have horses in our lives.  As horsewomen and men I know from personal experience that it's easy to get caught up and take for granted how much love and trust our horses give us.  I hope you enjoy Deb's interview as much as I did, and that it reminds you how important it is to

One week of 2019 down and 51 more to go. Last week zipped by and has me looking towards what I want to accomplish this year.  This is hard for me.  I’m great at looking at things long term, where I want to be, and what the end goal should be.  How I’ll get there not so much, and that’s something I’m actively trying to improve this year. Achieving long term goals doesn’t happen overnight.  There thousands of steps, small victories, and challenging realizations that come up along the way.  In 2019 I’m going to hold myself accountable and be better about making step