You may be an Equestrienne if:
- You are a woman working in the equine industry.
- You want to make a difference in the equestrian world.
- You have a unique viewpoint or brand that benefits horses or women-owned business.
We want to highlight women of all levels making a difference to the horse world. We’re looking for women pushing boundaries and being positive role models. Women supporting other women and above all: HORSES. All disciplines, all corners of the world, and all ages.
If accepted, we will feature these women in a blog post on The Timid Rider in traditional Q & A format. More, we will consider them for a new book compilation featuring motivational and inspirational women in the equine industry. However, please note inclusion in the blog does not guarantee acceptance in the book.
Do you have someone that has inspired you to be a better person or equestrian? Please encourage them to submit the questionnaire.
We may contact those chosen for additional questions or quotes; or, if chosen for the book. This is also an opportunity to promote your business or brand to a wider audience as a paid, sponsored post. Please contact Heather for details at email@example.com.
About Heather Wallace
Heather Wallace writes about confidence, overcoming self-doubt and following her passion. She is the award-winning author of non-fiction titles Confessions of a Timid Rider, which details her insights about being an anxiety-ridden but passionate horse lover and Girl Forward: A Tale of One Woman’s Unlikely Adventure in Mongolia. Heather is known for her blog, The Timid Rider, chronicling her journey as a returning adult equestrian with a lot more curves and a lot more determination. In 2020, she created The Bookstore for Horse Lovers, a website dedicated to equine authors across genres, both traditionally and independently published.
By day, Heather is a Certified Equine and Canine Sports Massage Therapist dedicated to helping animals holistically at Animal Bodywork and Aromatherapy. In her spare time, of which she has little, she spends her time with her husband, three children, two dogs, and pony in the wilds of New Jersey. You can follow her on social media @timidrider or at timidrider.com.