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Darcy Lash has always owned a horse or a pony. As a young person she never had any formal training with horses, but has always been in the company of horses and considers them to be an integral part of her daily life.
Pam has been a lifelong resident of Benton County Indiana and raised her four children in the community. She wanted to be involved in her community and did so by serving in an elected official capacity. She served four years as a town council member and over eight years as a township trustee. This gave her an inside look at some of the needs within her community.
After her studies at Purdue University, Kristine was lead to Benton County, which she has now called home since 2009. She became vested in the small town community after starting her own gymnastics and fitness center at the age of 23.
At an early age, Amber knew she had two passions, horses and working with children. When she was 10 years old, her father helped her pursue her passion when he rescued 15 Arabians. For the next five years, she helped out with her family's riding stable. At the age of 15, she got her first job at Turkey Run Saddle Barn as a groom. The following year, she was promoted to trail guide. She continued her commitment to 4H and remained competitive in area shows and open shows. She showed in several classes such as showmanship, western pleasure and timed events. After high school, she attended St. Mary-of-the-Woods College in the Equine program while continuing her work with her families two boarding stables.
Kyler started riding in kindergarten and by 3rd grade he was enrolled in horseback riding lessons. He continued riding until high school when sports took over the majority of his time. After high school he returned to the horses and has continued to grow and mature in the horse industry.
Kelly Adams grew up in the saddle. She started riding before she could walk, and her love for the horse was instilled at a very young age. She began her riding endeavors on various breeds of horses. Kelly is a well-rounded rider capable of dealing with many breeds and many disciplines.