There are many people out there who, in this winter season, are doing more than their jobs.

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There are many people out there who, in this winter season, are doing more than their jobs. These are the people leading disabled kids around a chilly indoor arena on patient, donated horses — a highlight of most of these kids’ weeks. They are the people planning spring and summer events for the multitude of non-profit organizations scattered throughout the world that assist horses, or horse people, in having better lives.

They are the people who give of themselves to others. They are the officers, the volunteers, the caretakers, and the fundraisers. They are the ones who make the speeches, and the ones who work behind the scenes. They are the educators and the motivators.

They are the ones who will make our next generation of riders better horse people, and who make the lives of horses better today.

It’s after the holidays. The new year has been rung in and echoed away. And we are back in our routine of working, fighting the weather, and trying to fit in a little personal life

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Kimberly S. Brown is the editor of EquiManagement/EquiManagement.com and the group publisher of the Equine Health Network at Equine Network LLC.

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