I have had the opportunity to write for so many wonderful editors, speak with inspiring sources and work with such passionate people, it is what drives me to continue in this business.
I just found out that I have been named a Finalist for the 2021 American Horse Publications Equine Media Awards, to be awarded in Fort Worth, Texas, this September.
All it took was one post on Facebook from one of my good friends from college, and I knew I had to tell this story. In December and January, our news reels were full of images from the bushfires in Australia and the thousands of animals fleeing to survive. We were buried with cries to … Continue reading Surviving Downunder: The Drought in Australia
A little #FlashbackFriday for you... I wrote this piece for the August 15, 2016, issue of the Quarter Horse News, and while it's geared towards cutters, reiners and working cow horse riders, I feel like this could be a beneficial read for anyone who looks at clinics to improve something in their lives. For example, … Continue reading Questions Answered: Is a Clinic Right For You?
As I'm writing this, I realize that I have not been the best in updating my own website, and for that I'm embarrassed. However, maybe that's a good sign to show that I've been so busy with projects and work and promoting others that I don't have the time to promote myself? Yeah. Let's go … Continue reading On the Hunt – Equine Media Descend on Maryland
When Casey Deary slid into the 2015 NRHA Futurity Finals aboard a flash Palomino mare, her owner was just so happy that not only was she in the finals, but she was spinning in the middle of Jim Norick Arena in Oklahoma City. Rob Curtis is about strategy--management strategies for business owners to help them … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Not Your Typical Horse Owner