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Camp Joins Saddle Horse Report

Lauren Camp

Lauren Camp has been involved with Saddlebreds her whole life. She began riding at the age of two and started taking lessons at Boone’s Farm in Concord, N.C. when she was five. The Camp family purchased CH An Old Fashioned Girl in 1998 and began showing and eventually breeding this great mare. The whole family became involved with Saddlebreds and Hackneys when Camp’s mom, Rita, purchased Heartland High Time. CH An Old Fashioned Girl, “AnaBelle,” as she is affectionately called, would pair with Catalyst to produce the successful four-year-old Miraculous Odds or “Mo.” Camp currently shows A Promise Keeper in the country pleasure driving division and looks forward to riding Mo in the future.

Camp graduated from
Pfeiffer University in May with an English major and religion minor. Throughout her high school career she worked as an intern at Boone’s Farm with Paul and Betsy Boone. This experience exposed her to the “behind the scenes” work that it takes to put a show horse and rider in the ring. Camp also helped her dad, Larry, with his sports marketing firm, excelling in the public relations field.

“We are so excited that Lauren is joining our team,” said Saddle Horse Report Publisher Christy Howard Parsons. “Her enthusiasm and lifelong involvement with the American Saddlebred make her a great representative for Saddle Horse Report.”

With a passion for the American Saddlebred Horse and for the written word, as well as an outgoing personality, Camp is very excited to start with Saddle Horse Report.

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