Jennifer Rosengrant fell in love with all things horses at a very early age, but it wasn’t until she was 14 years old that she got her first horse; a 17.2h Appaloosa gelding named Applesauce. Having attended the ever popular Ride or Die School of Horsemanship, Jennifer has learned everything she needs to know the hard way – eating dirt. That was over 35 years ago and since that time, along with her sister, they have owned just 8 horses total, making lifetime commitments to each and every horse that has come into their lives. A lover of ranch type Quarter Horses and Appaloosas, Jennifer and her sister are currently the proud owners of “She’s So True”, a Quarter Horse rescued from SugarCreek who while now retired, provided them with 13 years of amazing trail riding, “Olympic Torch Bearer”, an Appaloosa gelding who is so much fun to ride, and “My ShiAnne”, the hateful red, Hell Hath No Fury Like a Sorrel Mare, Quarter Horse. An avid trail rider, Jennifer & her sister haul out to various Ohio State Parks nearly every weekend, enjoying the serenity and solitude of their “church in the woods.” Lake Snowden, Buck Creek State Park, Blue Rock, Mohican and Bark Camp are just a few of their favorites.
A self-proclaimed Grammar Nazi and Vacation Whore, Jennifer has been with the dynamic law firm of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter for well over 20 years, serving as the firm’s Director of Facilities + Operations. She and her husband, Bryon, enjoy travelling the world in between her son Nathan’s multi-sports events. In addition to her and her sister’s horses, Jennifer & her family reside on a 13 acres farm in Rushville with their small, medium and large dogs, consisting of a Min Pin, a Sheltie and a Belgian Tervuren, and their 9 free loading cats.
Jennifer is a Certified Office Services + Purchasing Manager, as well as a Certified Mail Management Supervisor. She holds professional memberships with the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA), serving as chapter President in 2016 / 2017, and the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA). She spends time in her community as a member of the Ohio Trail Riders Association, the Ohio Horseman’s Council (at-large member), the American Quarter Horse Association and the Appaloosa Horse Club.
Live for the Ride! (credit to live4ride.com & Laurie Cantrell)
Not only is Beth Prince an avid horse lover, her two children share her passion, as well. Beth grew up with horses and at one point, competed in barrel racing and ranch riding classes. She has worked horses for a living from Ohio, to South Dakota, and Colorado, sometimes riding under professional trainers. She has also worked many years throughout several states as a trail guide, guiding people through both simple and rough terrain. Trail riding is her passion!
Currently Beth is assisting her own children in learning the ways of horsemanship and showing within 4H. She continues to trail ride wherever she can. She loves to write and is an avid photographer in her day to day happenings.
Beth currently has 2 horses. A 12 year old Red Dun Quarter Horse gelding that she bought in South Dakota and had hauled to Ohio, and a little paint pony. Juice is an all around guy that can rope, trail ride, perform in ranch classes, assist in breaking other horses, a glorified babysitter, barrel and pole horse, and a big puppy dog. Sprinkles is a pasture ornament and Juice's best buddy.
Beth also has 2 Australian Shepherd's to help her on her farm. One of which will be having puppies in March! Exciting times!
Traci E Roach Large
I have loved horses since I was little. I have a rescue, Leaves Falling Farm, that allows me to save mainly the older equines that so many discard. I have my degree in teaching but have worked in manufacturing most of my life so I could support my horse habit and children. Currently at 47 years old, I look forward to helping horses for many more years to come.