From Lindsay Fisher

“I like to come in humble and see how the day unfolds because it’s Tevis and you never know what can happen. You can have the best horse that has a bad day, or steady-eddy who trips and falls. You just never know. I think it’s important to ride your own ride no matter...

From Holly Woods Dillin

“Bella was special from the day she was born, and I will cherish all the days that I spent with her. She was my heart horse, and I will miss scratching her withers as we walked side-by-side bringing her in from the pasture to her stall everyday. And that gorgeous face...

From HH Sheikha Fatima bint Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan

“The Arabian horse has enhanced my life in many ways. I can’t imagine my life without them. All I can remember is growing up with them in our backyard. They give me so much happiness and joy just being around them, even just watching them parade themselves in the...

From Bazy Tankersley

“My mother’s pride in me and my pony Agate at a Washington, D.C. show was short-lived,” Bazy remembered. “My mother beamed when she overheard spectators on the rail commenting on the dear little child out there in the arena, and she couldn’t resist acknowledging me as...

From Elizabeth Kassis

“Having horses is just the opposite of glamorous. You have to be humble to have horses, you have to be simple to have horses, you have to be sincere to have horses”.  — Elizabeth Kassis, Wonderful Women of World. starting on page 60. Related Posts Edit View From...

From Betty Finke

“He was just one of the boys on a Yorkshire farm when I first saw him, if an uncommonly pretty one; but he went out into the wide world and became a star, and made sure that his unusual and distinctive name will never be forgotten.”  — Betty Finke, “Moments In Time,”...