My inaugural article in Sidelines magazine! It was a real pleasure working with artist Joanna Zeller Quentin to produce this profile piece. Special thanks to Jan H. Westmark, editor, for the opportunity! My work begins on page 18. https://bit.ly/2Xlw1Wi
I love producing work for Arabian Horse Life magazine! The assignments are always interesting and I have gotten to meet and talk to some of the most incredible people. In this article, featured in mini issue 1, 2019, I wrote about the qualities of a good therapy horse. If you have ever thought about donating your horse to a therapy program, this article is a must read. My work begins on page 22. I hope you’ll give it a read.
Let’s face it. It’s a busy world out there. That’s why I’m thrilled to share with you my first ever article to be published in Horse Illustrated magazine on time saving tips for horse owners.
The little mare was my starter pony. We’ve all had them. You can read all about mine in one of my most recent EQUUS articles to post on-line. After I wrote it, I fell in love all over again.
Have you ever had a no good, terrible, awful, very bad day at a horse show? I have. My mare had a total melt down. You can read all about my experience and the lesson I learned from it in my most recent EQUUS article to publish on-line.
It’s always fun to collaborate with fellow writers on a project and this one was no different. It was so much fun to work with my friend Abigail Boatwright as one of the riders featured in her article, “Fit Riders Top Tips”, that she wrote for Horse and Rider magazine. You can take a look at the article here and read about all of the featured riders. Continue reading
I hope you’ll give a listen to my very first attempt at being a guest on a podcast! This particular podcast happens to be very special as it was recorded live from the American Horse Publications Equine Media Seminar in Hunt Valley, Maryland on June 15, 2018. I’ve long admired Horses in the Morning and I felt truly honored to be asked to take part. My appearance begins at about the forty-seven minute mark. Continue reading
There’s nothing like being asked to contribute to an expert roundup to make you feel honored. That’s exactly how I felt when fellow equestrian blogger, Nicky Ellis, asked me to take part in her panel all about bonding with your horse. Read on for perspectives on this topic from thirty-four of Nicky’s favorite equestrian bloggers. Thank you Nicky for the opportunity to participate! Continue reading
Writing this article truly moved me as these three Arabian horses are true heroes. My article begins on page 26. Continue reading
*Re-published/re-printed with permission. This article originally appeared in Issue 3 2018 of Arabian Horse Life magazine.
Ask most people why they chose for their farm to become a Discovery Farm, and they will tell you they did so as a fun and casual way to promote the Arabian horse. After all, who can resist seeing the wide smiles on faces or eyes sparkling with excitement the first time someone meets an Arabian horse? Choosing to become a Discovery Farm is a low-cost investment that can pay big dividends in terms of promoting the breed.
But some farms, interested in doing more, are building upon the success of their Discovery Farm programs and are arranging for opportunities above and beyond those already offered. Bay View Riding Academy and Hope Reigns Arabians are two of many farms that are doing an outstanding job of taking the Discovery Farm model a step further. Continue reading