When you have a major life change, it’s easy to fall into a depression about not being able to do the things that you used to do. You get to the point where you almost want to say, “forget it all”. Sarah Williams shares her story as she comes out on the other side of a major life change and keeps horses in her life.
I have been an equestrian most of my life, having gotten my first pony at the age of 5, and 30 years later, I competitively exhibit my Half Arabian Reining horse on both the Arabian and NRHA circuits. There are three passions in my life, riding, photography and writing. Being able to combine all three of these things is a dream come true.
“I have seen people organizing carpools to drive into the heart of the devastation to do whatever they can to help their fellow equestrians – we may not all know each other by name, but we realize that we are all connected.” Sarah Williams reflects on the true heart of an equestrian in light of the recent fire devastation.
There was nothing in the world that Charlotte wanted more than to have Prince as her very own pony, but her parents told her that they just couldn’t take on the burden. She would have to make do with visiting him and looking after him as long as the Millers would let her. Sarah Williams pens a Christmas short story about a girl and a pony.