For Emily Drury, riding horses is a way of life.
Growing up on about 120 acres of land — she says she’s ridden all of them — Drury learned how to ride at the age of 3 and has been hooked ever since.
“They turned me loose on my first horse, which was a bay walking horse, when I was 3,” Drury said. “We’d ride everywhere. They’d take me up and down the hills, through the creeks and if I fell off they’d make me get right back on.”
Asked if she instantly fell in love with it, Drury’s response was quick.