WITH the global pause on competition and travel, I, like many others, have had to adapt and adjust to a new way of thinking about business and life.

It has been interesting to hear the perspective of different individuals in the equestrian community over these past few weeks. While all affected, each and every one of us seems to be experiencing this time differently. It has given me some food for thought and especially shed some light on how much we depend on the sport, not just for the competition but for structure and growth, mental well-being and a sense of community.