Sara has been a horse lover since the moment she was born, coming from a non-horsey family, it was challenging to get her to fix for all things horse, therefore she spent most of her childhood reading everything she could about them.
Sara completed five years of 4-H thoroughly completing nearly all of the horse projects the program offers. It was through this program she discovered her love for teaching others, especially teaching about horse care and how to be a great horseman. She later went on to be a riding instructor, 4-H Leader, and Horse Bowl coach, and lead a handful of teams to the Ohio State Horse Competitions.
After her 4-H career ended Sara focused on riding with the Bowling Green State University Western Equestrian Team. She competed all over north and northwest Ohio, qualifying for regional competition twice in her career.
Currently, Sara is an Intervention Specialist in her home state and volunteer at Serenity Farm Equestrian Center. Serenity Farm is a certified facility with the Professional Association for Therapeutic Horsemanship.
PATH Int'l Therapeutic Riding Instructor and EAGALA Certified Equine Specialist at Healing Strides of VA
"...We've also had one of our participants who is older and has degenerative nerve issues in his hands from diabetes use it...he LOVES that there isn't a snap he has to deal with anymore. He physically can't snap most halters at this point so the ability to grab the strap and slide the magnet in to attach has been awesome for him. "
"...I found the magnetic clasp much easier to do rather than a normal halter. Fastening other halters usually takes me a lot longer, if at all possible, so I was very happy when I could just slip this magnet into place with little to no time!"
Reserve Congress Champion Trainer for Nationally Ranked Equestrian Teams
Good idea, definitely has its advantages...easy...convenient...enticing because of its simplicity.
Para-Reining Gold Medalist
[The] concept is great! Not having to struggle with a buckle is awesome...Thank you so much for considering the struggles people go through.