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Sage Creek Equestrian in Heber City, Utah

 Happy family heading back home to Elbert.

Happy family heading back home to Elbert.

Back from a great trip to Heber City, Utah to do some filming with Jim and Donnette Hicks at their facility, Sage Creek Equestrian. I met Donnette at the Legacy of Legends event back in February and we had decided that they had the perfect mix of eclectic horses and riders to film some B-roll for use in the Gazette as well as some instructional segments with her husband Jim. We had incredible weather and beautiful horses and riders to film, and came home with some great content for future issues!

A huge thanks to all the riders who helped us so much; Jim Hicks, Rebecca Harmon (both pictured above), Annie Sweet, Dallas & Kelcy Sweat, Kylie Butler, Hannah Johansen, Miranda Monson-Mackey, and John Maznicki who was able to discuss important topics with Ms Syd.


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