Meet the Faces of Mackenzie Moore Equestrian Co:
The Owner, Anya:
Hello! I am so excited to be here and introduce myself to you all. Although I may have the title of Owner, this business would not be what it is today without all the efforts and care put in over the years by several staff members (including Alyssa who you will “meet” shortly), and of course our incredible equestrian family.
The road to making MMEC uniquely ours has been filled with many ups and downs, but at the end of the day, has been so worth it. We are proud of our accomplishments and what we are now able to offer, and are unbelievably grateful we pushed forward and did not give up.
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”
~Winston S. Churchill
I am a multi-passionate woman and I love all that I do!
I love my children, family and friends. They are all always my first priority.
My love and appreciation of horses stemmed from a young age and has become deep rooted over the last 40 years. From showing, to rides through the Rockies, to camping and riding along the Oregon and California Coast - I have enjoyed every adventure my equine partners and I have been on. I love the farm-life and the farm my boys and I are so unbelievably fortunate to live on and now call our home here in Saskatchewan.
Last but not least, I love being able to serve others, to lend a helping hand when needed, to be their biggest cheerleader and support. Because, well let’s be real, we all need a little help every know and again.
“There are two types of people who will tell you that you cannot make a difference in this world: those who are afraid to try and those are afraid you will succeed”
The Manager, Alyssa:
Much like Anya (the Owner), I’m a woman with many irons in the fire – and I love it! From farming to horses to everything else in between, I am passionate about everything that I do. Faith, family, friends, farming and horses shape my daily rhythms and routines.
I fell in love with horses after a trail ride birthday party at 10 years old. By 15, I had purchased my first horse, and I have been involved in the equestrian community ever since then. One of the greatest blessings in my life was growing up on a farm in the Fraser Valley, where I kept horses for many years. As a former western rider now turned hunter/jumper, I have a deep appreciation for the sport of riding - the horse is the great equalizer!
I’m so grateful to be a part of the history of MMEC and I am always on the lookout for ways to serve you best.