Huckle Hill Press
P.O. Box 67273
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

Stories of Inspirational Women Riders, Scientists, and Artists

Do you want to delve into the life stories of awe-inspiring people, women who’ve overcome obstacles to get to the top of their profession?

People who persevered even when their families or the wider society turned a blind eye to their talents?

Find your “paper mentor” here – in two books that include life stories of people who inspire you to challenge yourself, physically and mentally – to be your personal best. These stories demonstrate what it is like to be “in the zone” or in Flow. In each case, the women are so absorbed in what they do that time passes effortlessly. They are rarely self-conscious or self-doubting when they are engaged in their work. They express gratitude to have found a life’s work that is more like play. Would you like to discover how they got there?

The people portrayed in the Women Who Could … and Did books demonstrate passion and perseverance in regard to their work, whether they be high level professional equestriennes or scientists or sculptors or dancers. They are the role models that many of us failed to discover in our youth.

These books follow their life stories from childhood to the time when they reached the apex of their careers. And those who are still youthful and healthy, continue to work in some aspect of their chosen careers, no matter what their age.

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“It’s inspiring to read about the lives of so many successful horsewomen—their accomplishments, their individuality and the simple things that make them seem like one of us. It's the latter that makes us think that if they can do it, maybe we can! And it’s their unique strength and determination in the face of adversity that sets them apart and gives us something to strive for.”

– Julie Goodnight, Goodnight Training, Inc.