Elizabeth Rogers Barrera

Elizabeth Rogers Barrera, who died April 23, 2020, at age 63, was an avid horsewoman, a fox hunter, owner/trainer of race horses and field hunters. She was a lifelong member of the Loudoun Hunt and a member of the Mule and Draft Horse Association and also a member of the Charles Town HBPA. Liz grew up riding, eventing and fox hunting in Hamilton at the home farm, “Hillbrook,” with her family. Her love of animals is well known. Her famous mule, “Tom,” participated in carriage, mule, and horse shows and did as well as any horse. Her many dogs were her children. Her generosity was unmatched. Liz is survived by her husband, Carlos Barrera; her sister, Marilyn Renner; her brother, Joseph Rogers Jr.; and her niece, Hannah Rogers-Tucker, all of Hamilton. She predeceased by her father, Dr. Joseph Rogers, and her mother, Marilyn Patton Rogers. A private service will be held for family only. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to Loudoun Hunt, PO Box 224 Leesburg, Va 20178.

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