Tag Archives: horses

Pen-L Publishing

One of my favorite experiences from this past weekend at the Bridge to Publication Conference was meeting the owners of this promising, two-year-old publishing house. What’s fun about the name of the company is that it tells you how to … Continue reading

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Kayla’s Winner

Isn’t he a beauty? Dark chestnut with flaxen mane and sorrel-mix tail. For my purposes, his name is CC’s Winner, Winner for short. He belongs to Kayla Mullins, of Savannah, Georgia, who won him with a plate full of brownies and … Continue reading

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Rural Green

This morning (Sunday) I’m doing something I don’t usually get to do: I’m watching the series of shows that make up the “Equestrian Nation” segment of RFD-TV. Everything about horses–breeds, care, training, competitions, related products. RFD-TV, not available to everyone, … Continue reading

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All I wanted to know about horse rescue …

. . . I learned from a Las Vegas body builder. That’s right. Although originally from Texas, Chris Micek was a fitness expert for several years in Vegas before returning home and starting his horse training/rescue business. He met Jenn in … Continue reading

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Cry for the Horses

This past week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Chris and Jenn Micek at 4M Horse Training outside my hometown.  These two are passionate about horses and equally passionate about rescues.  As I said in my last post, I’ll be researching horse … Continue reading

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And, We’re Off!

It’s done! Give the Lady a Ride has now been sent in query form to each agent I got excited about while researching my options. I’ve already received rejection notices from some, which is fine. I expected that. I even got a nibble … Continue reading

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