Celebrating Unsung Heroines of the Horse Industry for International Women’s Day

Many incredible horse women have made a difference to my life. Either through their skills, talents, or examples, they’ve shown me how to be, and not to be, around these magnificent creatures.

Unsung Heroines Poster

The equestrian world is its own school for life, speaking to those with hearts open enough to listen and learn.

Here’s to hardworking horse women everywhere, making a positive difference to the lives of horses, and humans, alike.

Nurture what you love …

Dorothy
Horse Mom

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©Dorothy E. Chiotti … All Rights Reserved 2019
Aimwell CreativeWorks

A passion for Standardbreds

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Marni with Santo Domingo, a 12-year-old retired Standardbred trotter she’s fostering and retraining as a pleasure riding horse for a future forever home.

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While I contemplate what’s involved in setting up a dedicated Unsung Heroines of the Horse Industry website this blog of horse mom musings is the temporary outlet for sharing this work. There’s still so much to learn about building an effective website. I don’t entirely understand “embedding” or the little extras like “slugs” or “excerpts.” I’m a writer and horse person, not a web expert.

Still, I better get on it.

In the meantime, please follow this link to Unsung Heroines of the Horse Industry: Marni Reimers Interview to find out about this remarkable woman’s passion for fostering, rehabilitating and retraining off-the-track Standardbreds, giving them a chance at a second career by turning them into amazing pleasure riding horses.

My thanks to Red Scarf Equestrian for providing a broader platform for this project.

Unsung Heroines Poster

Nurture what you love …

Dorothy
Horse Mom

Further reading:

Unsung Heroines of the Horse Industry: Eira Engzell Interview

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©Dorothy E. Chiotti … All Rights Reserved 2019 … Aimwell CreativeWorks