Empowering Women: In the Stable & Beyond
Penny Hawes was the horse crazy kid who never outgrew “that phase”. Now she empowers women in the stable and beyond.
Penny says she considers herself lucky to have had a horse as a child. In fact, she admits that horses laid the foundation for her passionate life.
Located in Monroe, VA, Penny has taught hundreds of people to ride on two continents. More importantly, she helps equestrians translate the lessons learned from working with horses to improve other areas of their lives.
Penny is a life coach who specializes in helping midlife women who rode in their younger years. Even more, when one-time equestrians want to get involved with horses again she helps them confidently rekindle their internal fervor for horse sports. Penny offers experience to help guide her customers so that they can cope with any challenge in or out of the saddle.
You, too, can be a part of the experience no matter where you’re located with Penny’s Horse Authority Column Riders from the Far Side [of 40] and its companion horse forum. That’s because you’ll find friendly, (age-appropriate) support from others that understand what walking in your manure-covered boots is like, whether they happen to be a pair of cowboy or paddock boots.
Penny Hawes publishes Riders from the Far Side [of 40] on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month.