Tim & Jonelle Price on Spousal Rivalry and Mutual Support

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As hard as it can be sometimes to navigate a relationship between a horse-person and a non-horse person, relationships between horse-people can be challenging to negotiate as well. You would think that it would be more common to see successful high-performing equestrian pairs but, statistically, these relationships are actually quite rare. It is even more rare to see these relationships last.

Tim and Jonelle Price are among a handful of exceptions to this rule. Their secret? Friendly comradery outside of events, and bitter rivalry on course. Through a combination of mutual support and competition, Tim and Jonelle are able to maintain a health relationship while also constantly encouraging each other to pursue excellence and to become better riders day by day.

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