Welcome to Fairway Stables™! We're Matt and Paige Hulse, a husband and wife team building a horse farm in Oklahoma. Matt is a financial advisor who works with business owners and ranchers across the country. Paige is an attorney, who serves entrepreneurs in the realm of trademark, business and equine law at her firm, Paige Hulse Law.
I've been riding horses for as long as I can remember, and come by it honestly. I grew up hearing stories of my grandmother, who trained Tennessee Walkers, and come from a family history of ranching. My sister and I grew up riding hunter jumpers, and when the sport quickly became expensive, began training green horses and ponies, which I attribute to being the greatest lesson in horsemanship I could've learned. It taught me that no matter how much you know (or think you know), there's always more to learn about the art of horsemanship.
Matt and I met at the University of Tulsa in 2008, and the rest is history. He patiently waited for me to finish law school as he began his own career as a financial advisor, and we married days after I passed the bar exam in 2015. We may be different in many ways, but we have three very important things in common: a natural drive for entrepreneurship, a deep respect for our respective family histories of farming and ranching, and a love for the outdoors.
We've always talked about living on land, but we both had careers to get off the ground first. We share the same common core beliefs: the unrivaled peace and happiness that comes from being outside in nature, from taking pride in a job well done, and living simply and gracefully. When we aren't working, you can usually find Matt either hunting or golfing, while I'm out riding. We work well in that way. I'm able to sneak off to the barn, while he's able to spend time on the fairways.
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