Anna Blake was born in Cavalier County, North Dakota, in 1954, the youngest daughter in a farm family. Currently she's an award-winning author, blogger, equine professional, and horse advocate on the Colorado prairie. Infinity Farm is home to a multi-species herd of horses, llamas, goats, and everyone's moral compass, Edgar Rice Burro.
Previously, Blake was a self-employed goldsmith for thirty-five years, showing one-of-a-kind artwork in galleries from coast to coast. Her Denver studio and gallery was shared with generations of good dogs.
Early writing included a few screenplays, one of which was produced independently. Currently Blake posts a successful, yet unconventional blog (www.annablakeblog.com) about life on the farm and horse training from a unique perspective that affirms her humorous and inspirational approach to understanding, training and loving animals. She is currently considering a book of barn poetry and photographs.
Thank you for stopping by.