Diana grew up breeding and racing champion horses in northern Baltimore’s horse country. She attributes much of her success in life to these stunning animals who helped this natural self-starter flourish. By age 2 Diana had her own Shetland pony, at 7 she was fox hunting, and at 11 she was a United States champion rider. In 1994, shortly after arriving here on the Eastern Shore, she earned her real estate license and was off selling the area to second homeowners and retirees. Her first sale, a $2 million property, was due to a combination of her marketing talents and her connections in the horse world, not to mention her husband’s connections in the custom home building world. But selling the Eastern Shore is more than just selling large tracts of land or waterfront retreats; Diana says she’s “selling a way of life.” In fact, residents here often joke that the area should recede from the nation, it’s just that special.