by Laura Edwards
Peggy Gurnett volunteered to join the BCHA Board of Directors early in 2016, after attending several meetings as a member. Having returned to Boulder county after some years away, she wanted to do what she could to meet new horse people, serve the community, and develop her business, Peggy Gurnett Horsemanship, in which she shares with her clients the “secrets to success” using natural horsemanship practices.
In addition to helping with all of BCHA’s events throughout the year, contributing to our Nicker blog, and in general, providing much-appreciated support for me in my new role as board president, Peggy conducted a horsemanship clinic for BCHA in July and we look forward to hearing about future clinics she does in the community.
Although she will remain a BCHA member, Peggy has recently decided to resign from the board so that she can focus her efforts on growing her business. All of us on the board wish to thank Peggy for her work on behalf of BCHA this past year, and we wish her the best of luck in all her future endeavors. Her quick wit and enthusiasm will be very much missed.
Best wishes to you, Peggy!