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Hi I'm Hugh Vail

I believe society is desperate for Moral Capitalists. I believe horses are desperate for natural horseman. I strive to be both.

About Me

I am surrounded by all that I love. An amazing wife, five children, a few acres of land with our horses grazing outside waiting for the next ride. A few men I truly call friends and business partners. And books. Books penned by the greatest thinkers, leaders, reformers and biographers. I do not read books, rather I read authors, and I am obnoxiously picky about authors. Having a favorite book is like having a favorite child, it does not exist, but depending on the season of things, I have a tendency to favor a certain book over the others. There are two thoughts that consistently wake with me every morning. The first is an insatiable appetite to figure out how best to empathize with so many people that are truly struggling in one way or another. I see too many solutions hacking at the leaves and branches of real struggles, and very few, if any seem to be hacking at the roots. Maybe if I could figure out the root of society's struggles, we could find a way to keep each safe with softened hearts despite such hard struggles. The second are my horses, which seems a bit odd and maybe disconnected from proper priorities. A few years ago, after a dark divorce I found hope again through the light that horses seemed to naturally shine. There truly is something about the outside of a horse that is great for the inside of a man. The principles and paradoxes of natural horsemanship brought me back to life. I believe one thing is certain, you can trust a man whose horse trusts him.

Why I am a Mormon

Well... if being Mormon is good enough for God, then I think it is perfect for me.

How I live my faith

umm... hugs and high fives... mostly