When I began competing at the Chambersburg
Saddle Club I took notice of the miniature horse division. One of my close friends introduced me to all of the fun and enjoyment
you can have with miniatures. Then, my hunt started for my own miniature. I purchased my first mini as a companion for my
show horse, and eventually found a show mini working her way into my heart. Westwind Scout’s Good To Go SunLyte, Honey,
has been with me for three and a half years. We started showing with the All State Miniature Horse and Donkey Club and found
our way to joining Mason Dixon as well. Honey has been my heart horse, and the joy I have received from
training her inspired me to continue to explore all of the opportunities miniatures have to offer.
I have broadened my show string, and now have three minis that I show consistently throughout the
various show circuits. Rocky Pine Acres Always a Jazzman is my black 2 year old gelding that I bought as a weanling! My fiancé
and I will be showing him in the Green Horse Division next year at MDMHA. Mini Brook Farms Flash Dance is a new addition to
my “herd,” and is graciously teaching this amateur how to drive. Driving has been a BLAST, and we are excited
to explore more driving opportunities next year.
like to continue training and working with miniatures, and showing both sanctioned and local shows with them. None of
my accomplishments would have been possible without the love and support from my family and fiancé. Especially my mom,
who has always been my number one fan and the BEST groom I know. The people (AND HORSES) that I have met through miniatures
are some of the most genuine and supportive people I know. I am so blessed to have all of the amazing horsewomen, and men,
in my life and to get to share my passion with so many.