Juliette Dell: A former equestrian, Juliette Dell has ridden and competed with Saddlebreds and Arabian horses. She began riding Arabian horses at age four. After studying equitation with the legendary Lillian Shively, Juliette turned to Saddlebreds as well. She first competed in futurity classes before finding her niche in the five-gaited division.
Nutcracker Sweet PF is a 2008 Half-Arabian mare Juliette Dell
Nutcracker Sweet PF is an outstanding Half-Arabian mare that has earned many prestigious awards in her short career. She is a daughter of Juliette Dell and is a 2007 foal. She has been shown by Jim Stachowski, and has earned seven National Championship titles.
Nutcracker Sweet PF was a Region 10 Top Five Half-Arabian yearling filly, and has been professionally trained since July 1, 2010. She will be ready for the 2011 show season. She is a gorgeous, smooth-bodied mare with a long neck and clean poll. She has the kind of head that purebred fillies would kill for. Her dam was a National Top Ten Halter Futurity winner, as well as a Regional Champion Sport Horse in Hand mare.
She was a World’s Champion Of Champions rider
Juliette Dell was a World’s champion rider in equitation. She competed in four different events and has won fourteen World Championships. Her first horse was a mare named Eeta Sachon. She rode her Arabian horses since she was four years old.
She was married to Christopher Holmes
Chris Holmes was born on June 23, 1958 in Concord, New Hampshire. He was a member of the band W.A.S.P. and had a successful career as a guitarist. The band was active from 1983 to 1990. During his career, he won numerous awards for safe driving. Upon his death, his surviving children were named Tyler, Corey, Lace, Robert, and Kelly. In addition to his children, Chris was also survived by his wife, Darlene Garnett, and his parents. His grandchildren, Tyler, Corey, and Lace, are also loving examples of Chris’s spirit.
Her company was a public firm for 25 years
In 1985, Juliette Dell company was publicly traded. Its first commercial starred interns from the Dell headquarters. One of the commercials featured the Curtis character as an intern. The company was a public firm for 25 years and later became a private firm.
Dell’s Nashville location opened in August 1999. The new location provided employment to a small group of employees. The employees helped train new team members to build desktops and develop the operations. In 2001, Bob Coffey, a recent college graduate, was hired by Dell. Initially, he had a temp job at the company but later decided to stay because he saw a lot of potential. At the time, the new Nashville location was barely operating. However, the excitement was still there.