Twenty something horse trainer, rider, journalist and explorer with a thirst for the unknown- an ordinary kiwi girl who likes to wander off the beaten track.



I love wild horses and wilder places. My passion is discovering the frontiers along with the animals and people who call those remote places home. I have always been curious about the natural world and have been lucky that ten years of working with horses has taken me not only to the competition arenas, but to some of the most far flung places on the planet. 

I love of all animals and am passionate about understanding and helping to preserve them.

I have trained wild stallions in New Zealand, helped set up animal welfare organisations to aid working animals in Egypt, India and Fiji, raced across Mongolia, attended the first World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan and spent months living in the mountains of Kazakhstan on a beef farm.
I value adventure and believe in challenging yourself to push the limits. I think you should always follow what you believe in and I hope I can inspire others to chase their dreams. 

Nothing is impossible.


7 thoughts on “About Chloe

  1. I’m truly enjoying the design and layout of your site.

    It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more pleasant for me to come here and
    visit more often. Did you hire out a designer to create
    your theme? Excellent work!

  2. A friend let me read her Magazine called ‘Mindfood’ and i wanted to know more about your adventures—You are an amazing young lady, and from Northland as well. I wish you every success Chloe.

  3. That was inspirational story to read and watch. Unfortunately, nothing seems to last for long and facebook page is no longer accessible 😦

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