Calling all our Saddlebred Strong “Horse Girls” for Women’s History Month
Published Date: Mar 08, 2021
March is Women’s History Month and we want to celebrate the fantastic stories of strength, enrichment and support that the American Saddlebred horse and community bring to our “Horse Girls” lives every day. In past years, we highlighted our inspiring World’s Grand Champion Women for Women’s History Month and the inspiring origins of women's Saddlebred Story. This year we are looking to focus on those that have found strength, confidence, success and empowerment outside of the competition arena with the American Saddlebred.
If you know or are a “Horse Girl” that has a great Saddlebred Strong Story about how the experience with the American Saddlebred has helped you navigate a personal journey outside of the horse world, given you the skills and confidence to fulfill a lifelong goal, or helped develop someone as a person please respond to the questions below and send to email@example.com, Jessica Cushing ASHA Marketing and Communication Manager, today for a chance to be featured during Women’s History Month.
- You name, equestrian background, current role in industry?
- What growth experiences as an individual through the Saddlebred meant for you as a horsewoman?
- How has your experience with the Saddlebred influenced succeed in life outside the arena?
- What character traits do you see in the American Saddlebred that encourage personal empowerment in young riders?
- What words of thanks would you say to American Saddlebred for what they’ve done for you as a woman in a personal/professional development capacity?
- What would you tell a parent or the next generation of horsewomen about the positive impact possible through American Saddlebred activities?