Sharon Jantzen

Former Pony Clubber, Eventer and Dressage rider who balanced training and showing with getting a college degree (from Cal Poly SLO), becoming a wife and raising a family.

Remembering a Time When the Art of Horsemanship Was Not in Peril | SLO Horse News

Remembering a Time When the Art of Horsemanship Was Not in Peril

The art of horsemanship is in peril. This was not the case even less than 100 years ago where horses intersecting human lives was more commonplace. Here are two stories of women who resonated with getting reconnected with horses. These stories take place while driving a horse carriage in San Luis Obispo. Sharon Jantzen reflects back on these special moments.

Riding the SLO County Trails: The Pismo Preserve | SLO Horse News

Riding the SLO County Trails: The Pismo Preserve

Secretly I kept thinking, “when?” When will Beverly invite me to join her on the Pismo Preserve? The day came and what a splendid time it was. We were our own group of three taking advantage of the very first Equestrian Discovery Day on the Pismo Preserve organized by the Land Conservancy. Ride along with Sharon Jantzen and friends and they experience the beauty of riding the Pismo Preserve.

Seized Horses Have Become Adoptable Horses

The three adoptable horses came to The Equine Center from SLO County Animal Services who were part of a group of 11 removed from poor conditions where food and water were scarce in SLO County. The three horses were all stallions, but have since been gelded. Sharon Jantzen interviews Kristin Dell, Practice Manager at The Equine Center who introduces us to these handsome and available gents.