Regularly a treasured guest at weddings, graduation parties, and baby showers, Gordon lives up to philosophy that his role with The Equine Chronicle is to build a sense of family between the publication and exhibitors, owners, and trainers.
Gordon has been an integral part of The Equine Chronicle since its inception over 25 years ago. Throughout his 25 years, he has watched businesses blossom, youth competitors move through the ranks, and families grow.
“The Equine Chronicle is more of a lifestyle magazine, not just a place where advertisers can place their product. The goal of The Equine Chronicle is to help family businesses develop and with that goal in mind, I’ve been fortunate enough to see kids who were on the youth calendar now become their own business owners, trainers, and parents,” Gordon says.
Considering that he has been around for the better part of two decades and watched many kids grow from their Small Fry days to having Small Fry riders of their own, it comes as no surprise that Gordon and his co-worker, Charlie Burgess, crafted a meaningful sentiment to introduce The Equine Chronicle to future generations.