Pamela Flanagan (PF) is a modern day Renaissance woman extraordinaire. Attorney, model, polo player, horse enthusiast, horse rescuer, non-profit business mogul...the list goes on, but PF has her juggling act down and makes it look easy.
PF earned both her B.B.A. and J.D. from Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, Texas, and is now a Texas-licensed attorney at Flanagan Bilton specializing in lowering property taxes on commercial buildings. While at SMU PF co-founded the university's horse polo team, and has carried over her love of the game and ponies by continuing to play and spearheading kill pony rescue efforts (more on that below).
While studying for the Texas Bar exam, PF began making prints using the thousands of photos she had taken on a 3-month long trip to Argentina to hang in her apartment. What began as a creative outlet and "a break from mundane legal lectures" turned into a successful side business - Polo Pony Prints - when friends noticed the prints and wanted custom ones for themselves. Since rescuing her first horse in October 2016, all proceeds go towards rescuing horses.