Thursday News & Notes from Taylor Harris Insurance Services (THIS)

Lainey Ashker is FULLY ready for the raining week in Virginia. Photo courtesy of LAE.

Rain rain rain all week and cool weather makes me think I’m living in Ireland instead of Virginia. However, I briefly complained to my coworker earlier this week about wearing a jacket, and he said “DON’T EVEN START!” so that put me in my place. Also, I’ll be regretting that complaint this weekend when it’s back in the 90’s.

National Holiday: National Go Fishing Day

Events This Weekend:

Texas Rose HT — [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

Surefire HT — [Website] [Entry Status/Ride Times] [Live Scores]

Stable View HT — [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

News From Around the Globe:

Listening today: Major League Eventing interviews Meg Kep. Meg shares her unique story of how she went from working in politics to becoming a world class groom, and then fulfilling her dream of becoming an Advanced level Event rider and trainer. She bares it all, and shares her own battle with “imposter syndrome”, which is something we can all identify with. [MLE with Meg Kep]

Looking for new ways to grow your equestrian business? Don’t pass up this webinar tonight at 7 pm EST with STRIDER that focuses on digital tools for equestrians. Need some help as you transition from paper to digital on how to navigate digital resources, platforms, web apps and payment tools? You know where to click. [STRIDER Digital Equestrian Webinar]

Ready yourself for some unicorn cheer. If you happen to have been in Hampstead, New Hampshire in the past three months, you may have seen an actual unicorn. Since COVID-19 lockdowns began in March, Karen Rudolph has been dressing up her Miniature Horses as festive unicorns and walking them through the mid-sized town on the Massachusetts border in order to spread a little good cheer. [Unicorns To Save Us All]

 

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