Jonathon Millar: All in the Family
Having Ian Millar, a nine-time Olympian, for a father might seem daunting to some people. How do you follow in the footsteps of an icon in Canadian equestrian history? But Jonathon shares a passion for the sport not only with his father, but also because of the support and participation of his mother, Lynn, and sister, Amy. A mother's touch Lynn Millar was to Millar Brooke Farm in Perth, ON, what a chief operating officer would be in the corporate world. A gifted horsewoman with an unerring sense of what was good for the horses in her care, she passed on her knowledge to her children. Says Jonathon of his mother, who passed away in March of 2008, “She was a really good trainer, and the horses she worked with were always correct. It was also the little things - that the horses were well cared for and healthy.” Jonathon saw…
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