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When Joy was a child, she would wake up in the morning and amble over to her family's Arabian horses, whom she would then feed and groom. Eight hours later, she'd come home from school and care for them some more, getting the horses dressed to go dancing at equine speakeasies. "Riding," she explains, "was a part of life, and all extra-curricular activities included horses." Joy was still a young child when she set her sights on becoming a professional horse trainer. Since then, she has won numerous riding awards and worked with a number of horses. At Joy Reed Training & Management, she shares her love of the sport with riders of all skill levels. In her own words, she seeks to help "build confidence, self-esteem, pride, and responsibility in youth and adult riders."