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When Beth arrived at the Chronicle in 1995 for a five-month internship, everything she owned fit into her Honda Civic. More than 20 years later, she spends her free time on the farm she shares with her husband, daughter, three horses, three rescued dogs and a snake.

As executive editor, Beth oversees the content of all Chronicle products. In addition to editing, she coordinates assignments with columnists, freelancers and staff, as well as working in conjunction with the publisher and CFO to ensure that the content complements the organization’s overall goals and plans.

She graduated from Middlebury College ...


Sara has had a variety of roles at the Chronicle since she began as an intern at the end of 2003. She spends most of her time editing, organizing and managing the website.

A graduate "C-3" from Penobscot Pony Club (Maine), she spent a year working for Denny Emerson before attending Amherst College (Mass.) and is now learning the sport from the ground up by training her own horses. She and her husband, Eric, and son, Zachary, share their 20-acre farm with two dogs, three cats, and an ever-changing number of horses.


Lisa grew up riding lower level dressage in North Carolina and graduated from Virginia Intermont College with a degree in English literature. After writing for nearly every publication in Knoxville, Tenn., she moved to Middleburg and started working for the Chronicle in 2008.

She's now relocated back to Knoxville, Tenn., where she spends her free time eventing her off-the-track Thoroughbred mare, Skills, and hanging out with her corgi, Leo. Still new to the sport of eventing and a pretty big chicken, she'll be the person at your next event wondering if her novice table is actually intermediate height.


Mollie has been with the Chronicle since 2007 and writes mainly news and features about the hunter/jumper circuit.

She grew up training with SBS Farms in Buffalo, N.Y., showing in hunters and equitation, and worked for Susie Schoellkopf and Jen Alfano for several years after graduating from the writing seminars program at Johns Hopkins University (Md.).

She lived in Europe and Brazil before settling in Middleburg, Va., where she lives with a (theoretically) rotating slate of foster cats and hunts with Piedmont Fox Hounds.


Sharon has been with the Chronicle since 1984, and serves as the results editor. She manages the production of the annual Horse Show Issue, and collects all the results that go in the magazine.

To Sharon, faith, family and music are most important. She grew up in a little country church, that she still attends. She's been the church organist and pianist for 28 years and Sunday School teacher for more than 30 years. She's also the missions leader and music director. Music and singing are her passion and she's sung with a community group, The Loudoun Chorale, for ...


Lindsay is a 2010 graduate of George Mason University (Virginia) and interned for the Chronicle in the fall of 2010. She returned in 2012 as a full-time staff member.

She grew up in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and currently lives in Leesburg, Virginia. She's competed to the preliminary level in eventing with her off-the-track Thoroughbred Oh So Extreme and is currently competing him at the lower levels in his twilight years and working towards her USDF bronze medal.

Lindsay mostly covers eventing for the Chronicle and has a passion for photography and travel.


Jennifer grew up in Michigan with a mother who had horses as a child (barrel-racing) and shared her love of them with her daughter. After getting a Masters in Art History and a career in the New York City art world (where she rode at Claremont Stables near Central Park), she decided to stay home with her three boys until they were all in school and then picked up riding again.

Wanting to combine her passion for writing with her passion for riding, she began to freelance for the Chronicle. She now writes full-time for the magazine from ...


Kimberly grew up in Alpharetta, Ga., and graduated from the University of Georgia’s journalism school. She began interning with the Chronicle in spring of 2014 and joined the staff at the end of the year.

She’s shown her off-the-track Thoroughbred Corey in hunters, jumpers and equitation, but has taken a (potentially unwise) interest in eventing since moving to Virginia. She raised dogs for the Guide Dog Foundation in college and adopted her fluffy princess, Wasabi, from the program.


Originally from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Ann grew up competing at A-circuit shows in the hunter and equitation divisions, first on her pony, Is A Belle, and more recently on her horse, an off-the-track Thoroughbred named Happy Go Lucky.

Ann got an early start on writing about horses—as a young grade school student, she authored a whole series of novellas on stapled packets of computer paper, all about the adventures of the “Pony Rangers.” Unfortunately, the gripping series written mostly in Crayola marker was never picked up by any publishing houses.

Ann attended the University of ...


Lauren originally came on board in Oct. 2009 for a marketing role and also served as circulation manager for two years.

She began riding in kindergarten, focusing on hunters and equitation for most of that time. She competed in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association while earning her bachelor’s degree in Rhetoric & Communications at Mount St. Mary’s College (Md.) and rode as an IHSA alumni for two years following graduate school at Drexel University (Pa.) where she studied Publication Management.

She doesn’t horse show as much as she used to, but she has aspirations of one day riding ...


Sonya grew up on a ranch in Linn, Texas. She moved to Austin in 1984, shortly after getting her BFA in advertising design at Pan American University. Sonya previously worked as a book designer at Holt Rinehart and Winston. Currently, she is a senior designer/photo editor for the Chronicle. She loves her job, especially working every day with images of beautiful horses.

Sonya has two musically inclined daughters, a dachshund and a cat with an attitude problem. In her free time, she loves to explore the many facets of visual art, such as photography, ceramics and painting. She also ...


Adrienne, a newlywed and lover of chocolate, was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She has two brothers, so needless to say she loves sports and she grew up playing softball. After graduating with a B.A. in Graphic Design she moved to the lovely city of Austin, Texas. She’s interned and worked for two local publications in Austin but is now part of the Chronicle family.

She loves visiting family and friends back in Fort Worth, when she can, but now that she’s married she has her wonderful husband drive the 3½ hour trip for her. She also ...


Linda has more than 30 years in publishing and a lifelong passion in the saddle riding mostly Thoroughbreds across a variety of disciplines. She's an avid supporter of the sport horse industry’s evolution. She telecommutes from her office outside of Boston. When she’s not creating winning marketing programs for the Chronicle’s advertising customers, she enjoys time with her family; foxhunting with Vermont’s North Country Hounds; trail riding her retired event horse, Macon; cuddling with her mini donkey, Jack; and hiking with her husband and two rescue labs, Wilson and Macy.


Beth grew up showing hunters and jumpers outside of Syracuse, N.Y. She attended school at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., where she earned her degree in communications and also fell in love with the sport of eventing.

After a five-year stop in southern Pennsylvania, she moved south again and began work at the Chronicle in May of 2012. When she’s not at the office she can be found riding her friend’s Oldenburg, Cabrio, doing a Crossfit workout or playing rugby.


Laura grew up on Long Island, N.Y., and started riding and showing when she was 6; she rode whatever pony or horse was available. She received her first horse for her 13th birthday and showed equitation as a junior and then jumpers. Laura moved to Virginia in 1993 where she resides with her husband.

She started at the Chronicle in March of 2011. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and visiting the wonderful vineyards and breweries of Virginia.


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