Established mid year in 2016, Red Horse on a Red Hill is a blog developed for readers and fans of equestrian freelance writer, author, and blogger Hope Ellis-Ashburn to connect. Hope inspires others with her real life writings some of which talk about her favorite red horse, her Half-Arabian mare named Aallusive Angel a.k.a. “Sally.”
With a background that includes over thirty years as a horse owner and rider, a M.S. degree in Agricultural Education from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a B.S. degree in Horse Science from Middle Tennessee State University Hope offers a strong back ground in all things equine. In addition to being a former extension award winning extension agent with UTK, she was also a member of the Horse Judging and Equestrian Teams while attending MTSU.
Hope is a member of the American Horse Publications. She has published work in the following publications: EQUUS (107,072 print subscribers), The American Quarter Horse Journal (26,400 print subscribers), The Horse.com (Digital. 130,530 Facebook likes & 126,324 Facebook followers) and Arabian Horse Life (23,000 print subscribers) magazines. New clients for 2019 include: Horse Illustrated (100,000+ print subscribers), Sidelines (23,000 print subscribers), US Equestrian (100,000+ print subscribers), Hoof Beats (circulation 13,500), and Hobby Farms (circulation 77,000) magazines. She has also worked with EQ Stable from Zoetis where she was named the 2016 Equine Blogger Challenge winner! Her most recent award comes from the 2019 EQUUS Film Festival where her newest book release, “Always Hope: How dairy cows and Arabian Horses inspired grit in a young girl’s life,” was honored with a Winnie Award for Best Memoir.
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