Louise Smith: Adventures in Business and on Horseback – The Former Silicon Valley Exec Is Now at the Helm of the Equestrian Aid Foundation
Wednesday, September 06 2017 by Editor
By Carrie Wirth In high school, Louise Smith was affectionately named The Class Instigator. She’s the protagonist you want to follow because of her independence, quiet courage and taste for adventure. At only 5 feet and a bit tall, her diminutive stature and warm smile immediately put you at ease. She’s unassuming and approachable.
Tuesday, February 07 2017 by Editor
By Doris Degner-Foster The Equestrian Aid Foundation believes in the healing powers of horses. So what better way to raise money for the charity that helps those in the equestrian community who are coping with catastrophic injury or illness than an enchanting and immersive depiction of horses with magical healing powers? On February 12,
“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson Ralph Waldo Emerson didn’t plan for these famous words to make such a lasting impact on generations to
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By Sheryl Kursar You could hear a pin drop when 15-year-old Nicole Doolittle rode her horse, Tops, into the show jumping ring this past summer at the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC). She was in first place after a great cross-country ride the day before, but she needed to put in
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By Doris Degner-Foster George Morris is a charming man with impeccable manners. “What you see is what I am: old breeches, old sweaters, that’s me,” he said modestly. Perhaps someone who didn’t know him might think he was just a kind uncle who had come to the barn to visit his young relatives.
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