The ladies that work at Two Trick Pony are a diverse group that come together from different backgrounds and experiences. They are a fun group committed to serving the community which makes shopping a pleasure for anyone that walks through the door. Come in and meet the staff and get to know these unique ladies. They are happy to be of service.


This delightful lady was born and raised in East Texas. The Mother of three girls and one boy, she enjoys  time with grandchildren and working at Two Trick Pony. She moved to Boerne from Houston where she spent the bulk of her professional career in  positions of management in the medical field. After moving to Boerne, she continued work in the medical field plus worked for Walgreens. After retiring from Walgreens she was once again called from retirement  to serve the people of Boerne at Two Trick Pony.


This quiet, self assured lady was born and raised in San Antonio and is the mother of two boys. Helen has held many managerial positions in the insurance field including working as an underwriter. She worked at Walgreens for 10 years before being pulled into service at the Pony. She is the “go-to” girl when someone has a question about inventory or computer problems.


This Texas Farm Girl spent most of her professional life as an educator in Texas. After retiring from education she and and her husband moved to Juneau, AK and owned and operated the Alaska Wolf House Bed & Breakfast for 10 years. Guests from all over the world joined  them for stays and ECO tours on their Grand Banks boat. While in Alaska she helped start the Alternative High School and developed and ran the Welfare to Work Program for Juneau. The parents of 4 sons, they have also had 55 teen aged foster boys live with them. Once again in retirement, she entertains groups with her stand up comedy but considers working at Two Trick Pony as the icing on the cake of a fun life.


This upstate New York native grew  tired of winter weather and moved to the sunshine state of Florida. Educated in her hometown she originally became an elementary school teacher. While in Florida this brave lady made a career change and at the age of 40 became a registered nurse. After 24 years in Florida, Judy and her husband of 35 years, missed the seasonal changes and  moved to northwest Georgia. Again the cold winters forced them to change locations and  they settled upon the beautiful Hill Country of Texas. For nine years they have lived in the city limits of Boerne where Judy volunteers for Hill Country Mission for Health and various other organizations. Working at Two Trick Pony offers Judy the opportunity to once again take the challenge of a new and fun way to serve the public.