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VIProfile: Angie Mosley

Angie Mosley is a lifelong Kentuckian, “crazy” animal lover, design and staging enthusiast and the dreamer behind Highland Stables event venue.

Angie grew up in the small community of Woodburn and moved to Bowling Green after marrying her husband Chris in 1987. Shortly after their marriage, they built their forever home on the family farm. They have been blessed with two amazing sons, Justin and Josh, and now have a daughter-in-law Whitnee and three beautiful grandchildren, Hadlee, Jagger and Gryff .

In 2000, their family built Highland Stables, operating for 14 years as a training/boarding equine facility. In 2014, with her family’s blessing and support, Angie took over the stables, transforming it, along with her daughter-in-law, Whitnee, into an event venue. Highland Stables hosts weddings, corporate events and the beloved community event, GypsyMoon Marketplace, twice a year. “I have a love for design and staging and this is a dream career for me,” said Angie. “I also believe that our family farms must be ready to change and evolve with the times.”

It is no surprise that 2020 has been an extremely tough year for events, but Angie is so grateful for her steadfast team of ladies, Whitnee and Kaleighn LaBore, who joined on full-time in 2018. “I love being surrounded by a younger generation. They remind me not to take myself to seriously and when the times are tough, we dance. 

Literally, we get up from our desk and hit the music and dance!” said Angie. Angie loves getting the opportunity to meet and build relationships with so many people through her job, many whom have become close personal friends after their weddings or events take place. She says she still get chills when a couple is pronounced husband and wife, making all the long hours and aching feet worth it. Angie’s father-in-law, Charlie, built the stables for his wife Betty, so they like to say: At Highland Stables, the love story continues.

Farm life is perfect for Angie who describes herself as a crazy animal lover. “I cannot imagine not being surrounded by animals,” she said. Even though they no longer raise horses, their retired show mares still reside on the farm along with cattle and a small herd of rescue kitties. Angie has a two-year-old Frenchie named Conway who goes to work with her every day. On any given day, you can fi nd four generations pitching in to help on the farm. “My hope is that I’m not only building a business, but a legacy that can be passed down for generations to come,” she said. One of her favorite quotes is from Colin Powell, “A dream does not become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.”

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