Book Review: A Portion for Foxes

I’m way behind with this review as I finished this one almost a year ago – yikes! A Portion for Foxes, by Jane McIlvaine McClary, was published in 1972, so there is definitely an ages-old feel to it, but that shouldn’t stop you for giving this one a chance. I learned of this book while[…]

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Racehorse Series

As you all know by now, Liz Wiley is one of my favorite equestrian artists. Her work is superb, and I am lucky enough to own a few pieces. Recently, she launched a new series – the Racehorse Series – and, of course, I was an instant fan! Below are some of my favorites. These[…]

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H&S Holiday Gift Guide

It’s here! Horse & Style Magazine just published their annual Holiday Guide to Equestrian Style! This year you can find the guide both online and in print! I wrote an article, “Holiday Entertaining – Equestrian Style,” featuring some of my favorite equestrian companies. First up is L.V. Harkness with their gorgeous holiday table settings and[…]

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Candles Off Main

If you remember this post, I reviewed Annapolis Candle Company, a business owned by my friends Michael and Jenny. With the growth of this successful line, they expanded into a brick and mortar shop in Annapolis, Maryland – Candles Off Main. Candles Off Main is a luxury candle boutique where you can find 25+ high-end[…]

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Book Review: The Fortune Hunter

Earlier this fall I finished Daisy Goodwin’s The Fortune Hunter, and enjoyed it. It takes place in the nineteenth century English countryside among royalty, foxhunters, and the well-to-do. If you were a fan of “Downton Abbey,” be sure to pick this one up! I would describe this novel as part romance and part historical fiction.[…]

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