Anna Ford is the program director for New Vocations, the largest racehorse adoption program in the United States. She lives in Hilliard, Ohio. Amber Heintzberger is a freelance journalist whose writing has appeared in "The Chronicle of the Horse," "Eventing USA," "US Equestrian." She lives in Compobello, South Carolina.
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