Erin Prutow is a California attorney whose practice focuses primarily on equine law and estate planning. She graduated summa cum laude from Oklahoma State University with decorated honors for community service, leadership, and athletics. She was captain of the NCAA Division I nationally ranked equestrian team, Student Ambassador for the NCAA Leadership Conference, and a Senior of Significance. She received her juris doctorate from Emory University School of Law before relocating to Southern California. Having worked in business management, Erin is experienced in entertainment law, tax, accounting, and business law. When she's not riding horses, Erin can be found mountain biking, surfing, or hiking with friends.
A Pennsylvania native, Erin has been training horses and competing in the hunters/jumpers her entire life, most recently capturing the 2017 SFHJA 18 & Over Medal Finals Championship in Santa Barbara. Erin has worked in numerous disciplines, serving national and international trainers, associations, businesses, show management, insurers, clinicians, veterinarians, breeders, exhibitors, and horse owners. Having Trained and promoted young horses all over the country and in Ireland, Erin is well-versed in equine sales and owns her own equine sales consulting business, ECP Equine Sales.