I am so lucky to be able to work with so many different photographers. They all have such different styles, and the results are all different but all totally amazing.
A while ago, I was fortunate enough to work with Southern Horse Photography for the second time. We did some fun fall photos, and some Christmas shots for my Christmas cards! (let me know if you want to receive one ;) ) I absolutely love working with Amanda. She comes up wth different creative things that we've never done before.
Amanda says to me that it is her goal to take a shot of you and your horse that you want to hang on your living room wall. I love that drive!
Here is one of my favorites (without giving away too many!) from our shoot!
Coming back from a 4 day vacation to the west coast, one would think I would be relaxed and ready to get back to work... NOPE!
This morning I have to admit I am overwhelmed with the amount of things I need to get done! I feel so behind on my thank you cards both for personal sponsors and contest sponsors-- it's not been too long but the waiting for custom cards to come in is killing me!
Hopefully I will have some fun new photos for all of my followers within the next two weeks! EEP! How Exciting! <3
Prayers to all in the western part of North Carolina impacted by the fires and thank you to all those serving in the fire fighting teams.
Wow, where do I even begin?
I won the Congress Queen title in a whorl-wind experience. Again I can't thank all my sponsors enough for the support this year!
I am sorry for the delay in the monthly new letter- since I won I had totally forgotten to send it out! I will send that this week and update everyone on the details of the contest.
In February 2019, Sarah Beth Felker was crowned the years SCQHA Queen, and she grew up with a love of showing Quarter Horses. Sarah Beth currently attends St. Andrews University working towards a degree in Business Administration with a focus in Equine studies, and she competes on her school’s IHSA Western and Hunt Seat teams. In her free time, Sarah Beth volunteers at the Ride Like a Knight therapeutic riding facility at her school where she assists children with developmental and physical disabilities through equine related activities and therapies.