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Chloe Carabasi On Becoming A Full-Fledged Horse Mom

Chloe Carabasi On Becoming A Full-Fledged Horse Mom

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We celebrate Mother’s Day this year with a tribute to all horse moms out there. We talked to one dedicated horse-mom-of-two, Chloe Carabasi, on her experience of taking care of our bestfriends on and off the field.

Actress and polo player Chloe Carabasi is never a stranger to horses. Somehow, integrating these beautiful beasts into her life made it more meaningful and full of purpose. Even at a young age, she knew that these animals would be part of her journey.

Chloe Carabasi

“I think I was born with an affinity for horses,” the woman polo player shares. “When I finally sat on a horse for the first time, it just clicked, and I was instantly obsessed. It’s the most magical experience and a privilege to be lucky enough to ride a horse, and I understood it  even at such a young age. And I still feel the exact same way!”

A fun childhood with horses and many years exploring different equestrian disciplines later, it was only a matter of time before she officially signed herself up as a horse mom. In 2015, Chloe finally wore this new hat when she adopted her Arab/TB cross angel, Striker.

 

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As a first-time horse mom, it’s a whole new set of experiences for her. She pointed out how riding is way different than ownership, and it’s simply impossible to remain lax—Chloe has to step her game up.

All the hard work and dedication paid off in the end, as this equestrienne found such beauty in mothering a special creature. So much so that, just recently, a new horse found its way into Chloe’s string. Four-year-old OTTB Mirage is a gentle surprise that the now-horse-mom-of-two is proud of.

 

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With years of being a horse mom under her belt, she understands the feelings of newbies who would like to dip their toes in taking care of horses as well. Her advice? Strive to be the best horse owner that you can be.

Watch out for the full version of this article on our upcoming print issue, out soon!

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