By Dani Moritz-Long With six months of marriage quickly approaching, I am very much taken aback. It feels like just yesterday I met the 13-year-old version of my husband, complete with a shaggy haircut and I don’t care about anything attitude.
Holding up my award from the American Horse Publications. Yes – that is a bonnet.
By Dani Moritz Yesterday, I took a trip to Ovid Bell where Sidelines is printed and had a blast! I happen to live next door to the printer, but I’d never taken the tour before (silly me!).
Sasha and I on a walk on campus. By Dani Moritz About two months ago, my fiancé, Alex, and I adopted a dog from our local animal shelter and, let me tell you, it’s been quite the journey! Sasha is a Husky mix with a mysterious, dreadful past.
Elisa and Rune and Nimh – the two Mustangs she adopted for the Mustang Million. Photos from WallaceEventing.com
Monday, September 09 2013 by Editor
A photo of Amy taken from her recovery Facebook page. By Dani Moritz Although I don’t know Amy Barrington personally, from what I’ve heard she is an amazing woman – not just for her ability to ride, but because she is a giving, kind-hearted and passionate soul.
Karissa and Seppy! By Dani Moritz I got a Facebook message this morning from a woman I met briefly at Therapeutic Horsemanship in Wentzville, Missouri. Seppy had been there on and off over a two year period and was volunteering as a therapy horse while I spent a lot of time traveling and studying. All the kids loved her (probably because she really is the cutest thing in the world!), but one little girl took a special liking to her.
Karissa and Seppy! By Dani Moritz I got a Facebook message this morning from a woman I met briefly at Therapeutic Horsemanship in Wentzville, Missouri. Seppy had been there on and off over a two year period and was volunteering as a therapy horse while I spent a lot of time traveling and studying
Georgia proving that we can all make a difference! By Dani Moritz As a young equestrian myself, I love to see young riders doing great things in their communities. All too often we convince ourselves we are just one person and we have limited ability to make a difference – especially because we are so young. But, we can make a difference! Georgia Griffis, from Colorado, is a great example! Check out her story from Go Ahead PR & Communications to learn how she helped raise money for Black Forest fire victims.