Susan Jamieson invites you to listen this Sunday as she welcomes her second guest SuzAnne Miller on Zoomer Radio at 10 AM

For my second guest I would like to introduce you to SuzAnne Miller. SuzAnne Miller, a native of Butte, Montana, has over 35 years of experience in biometric, biological, social science, and economic research. Her career focus was integrating socioeconomic information into public policies for natural resource management and development. 

SuzAnne’s work and life passions have taken her to the back country and wild lands of some the world’s most beautiful places: Alaska, Canada, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and Europe. But no place captures her heart quite like Montana. Her love of animals – especially horses, dogs and birds – and of her great state prompted her to open Dunrovin Ranch as a full-service guest ranch and equestrian club offering unique back country adventures on smooth-gaited Tennessee Walking Horses. The installation of a web camera at Dunrovin for a joint science project with the University of Montana eventually lead SuzAnne to staking out a special space in cyber space with the world’s first cyber ranch at



As a rider at 60 years old, I believe that all can benefit from the secret of riding. I myself raised with a British background, take inspiration from the Queen who continues to ride at 94 years old.

I believe that the same can be true for today’s youth. Riding can give them hope that they can overcome the challenges that they face and give them the confidence to become all that they can.  

I was moved by the calls I received after my interview with Libby Znaimer from women and men who told me their stories of their love of horses and riding. They told me how riding set them up to overcome their circumstances. Some came out of the Depression, some out of World War II... these riders did not let these experiences dampen their efforts to achieve a full and happy life and make a contribution to their respective communities. All mentioned that riding helped immeasurably in this. They believe that riding gave them the confidence in themselves and in their ability to do something ... to go after what they wanted their lives to be.

If you are interested in sharing your experiences of riding in the past, or more recently with regard to today's youth, on my upcoming radio show on Zoomer Radio, please contact me at 

Susan Jamieson

Hear the Program at 10 AM on 13 September 2020 on Radio Station CFZM Dial Positions 740 AM/96.7 FM

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