Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Looking Back on 2014

We obviously had ups and downs in 2014: Boyd and I had some great success and also had some bad luck with injuries . We are more than lucky that we had and also have now such amazing people on our teams. Everybody stood behind us and made our recoveries as easy as possible and we could not be more thankful for each and every one of them for having our backs and being the amazing people they are. THANK YOU!!

We are sad that some of our favorite people have now moved on and we wish them all the best and we are proud to have been part of their early journeys:
Kymberly Pullen has been with me for many years. She is a very hard worker and has improved her riding tremendously over the years. Kymmy was a big part of my team and I wish her all the best as she sets out on her own and establishes her business.

Gracia Huenefeld has been part of my team for two years and has now gone back to Nebraska to be closer to her fabulous family. Gracia was also a big part of my team: she kept everything going smoothly and organized and it was fun to see her improve her riding and to help her receive her USDF Silver medal. We are wishing Gracia all the best in her future!

Scout Ford has been working for me on and off for many years. She was with me for the last year and a half. Having Scout in my barn was not only VERY entertaining but also a huge help. Scout has a special gift with horses and it was so much fun to see her shine not only at the shows but also at home! I wish her all the best in her future and I hope she finds her way back to horses one day.

Lindsey Taylor was Boyd's head groom for many years. Lindsey has helped Boyd's barn to stay organized and she had his horses look amazing, not only at the big overseas shows but also at the smaller ones near home. We wish Lindsey all the best in her future!

Thanks to all of you!!! We are more than lucky that we have such an amazing new crew now, and are excited for 2015.

Merry Christmas and a happy new year!!


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