DressageDaily Welcomes Back Journalist/Marketer Mary Hilton

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

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DressageDaily is pleased to welcome back equine journalist and marketing specialist Mary Hilton! Mary was a regular contributor to DressageDaily during the early part of this decade, reporting on dressage events, shows, and personalities. Mary returns now to head up the editorial and advertising in our new Real Estate division and the human and horse health products in our Virtual Vendor division. Plus, Mary will once again be writing profiles for DressageDaily’s Who’s Who. “It is such a blast to be working with Mary Phelps again,” said Ms. Hilton. “We met in 1994 at a Reiner Klimke Symposium and have been friends ever since. It’s been amazing to watch the growth of her websites. I am so pleased to be a part of the next new wave of innovations at DressageDaily.”

“With the continued development and growth of our websites and their divisions we are thrilled to have Mary as part of our team.” adds Mary Phelps. “Hilton is a class act all the way and everyone who works with her enjoys the experience.”

Mary Hilton is a lifelong horse lover who trained in dressage for 10 years. Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English/Creative Writing from the University of Washington. She completed courses at Cornell University in Equine Farm Management, Nutrition, First Aid, Behavior, and Exercise Physiology. Mary has been a valued contributor to national and international equestrian publications and websites since 1999. She is a long-time member of the International Association of Equestrian Journalists and American Horse Publications. Mary Hilton can be contacted at hiltonheadwriter@aol.com.