In an area known for Thoroughbred racing and fall foliage, the Painted Pony Championship Rodeo does more than survive. It thrives.
Every fall, the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains of Upstate New York attract scores of “leaf peepers” to see the kaleidoscope of vibrant red, yellow and orange leaves on the region’s trees. And while most of these visitors are familiar with Saratoga’s historic Thoroughbred racetrack and horse breeding farms, few know its best-kept secret—its thriving rodeo scene.
AHP Equine Media Awards 2017
Third Place: Freelance Writer Equine-Related Journalism
Livestock Publications 2017
First Place: Producer Profile