ON 90-ACRE MAPLE CREST FARM in Brecksville, Ohio, Meredith (the mother, 70-something) and Stacey (the daughter, 50) work, teach, train, and compete together. Maple Crest Farm has been family-owned for seven generations. Established in 1824, it was originally a dairy farm. Four-legged horsepower ran the farm when Meredith was growing up. At a very early age, she learned to drive teams of horses from the hayfield to the barn and back and drive the wagon to the thrasher. “Of course, those horses knew exactly what to do, where to go, and when to stop,” she confesses.

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