Author - Charlotte Chubb

Greetings! I began my journey across the Atlantic, originating from the captivating landscapes of England. At the tender age of nine, my world expanded as I ventured to Michigan, setting the stage for a new chapter in my life’s narrative.

Immersed in the diverse world of academia at the University of Findlay, I’m pursuing an Animal Science major, delving into the intricate nuances of this captivating field, alongside a chemistry minor. My initial years at the university were marked by earning an associate’s degree in Western Equestrian Studies. This program opened doors to a deeper understanding of Western riding techniques, further fueling my passion for horses.

The equestrian realm has been an integral part of my life. Riding and showing horses have not just been a hobby but a fundamental part of my identity. The bond forged with these majestic animals goes beyond words, a connection that transcends mere passion. Additionally, my downtime finds solace in moments spent watching Netflix or indulging in rejuvenating naps, often accompanied by the comforting presence of my faithful dog.

Beyond the realms of academia and equestrian pursuits, I find solace in the simplicity of relaxation and entertainment. Netflix offers an array of captivating stories, a welcome escape after a day of academic rigor and riding. Napping, an underrated art, becomes a source of rejuvenation, and the presence of my loyal canine companion during these moments adds an extra layer of comfort.

As I navigate the intricacies of academia and my equestrian interests, I’m propelled by a desire to blend my academic knowledge with a deep-seated passion for horses. Each stride forward brings me closer to the fusion of my love for animals and the pursuit of scientific understanding, carving a path that resonates deeply with my soul.