Without wanting to turn her crimson, it’s impossible to spend time with Liv’s without realising you’re in the company of a pretty amazing person.
Whilst most of her peers were watching their mortar boards sail through the air at graduation, she was busy talking herself into a job int the city, working her way up to heading an entire team, and with all the spare time she didn’t have, turning a derelict farm on the outskirts of Buenos Aires into a successful polo horse breeding enterprise.
Take one mare, add a stallion, wait 11 months and out pops a foal. Take that foal, invest time, energy love and patience, six years later you have a courageous, valuable polo horse. Increase the scale of the operation and you have a valuable business.
Some of us are lucky enough to take time off and seek adventure in remote parts of the world, others have the courage and determination to take that spirit of adventure, the excitement and fear of the unknown, and apply it to their daily lives.
Olivia, along with her business partners, are five years into an entrepreneurial journey that allows them to be the only gauchos in the office, trading stocks and shares during the day, mares and stallions at lunchtime.
We’re lucky to count her as a friend, spending time here on the ranch has been an inspiration and is testimony to the fact that anything is possible if you want it enough.