That's what Run Ruffian is all about. Websites built on a mobile-ready, feature rich platform like WordPress amplify your message, effortlessly. Fully Responsive From smartphones to tablets, users are visiting your site from an increasing array of devices and browsers. Using an organic, malleable approach to our craft, we occupy the intersection of art and application.
We trace the roots of our approach to our home in Athens, GA. Progressive, hip and utterly laid-back, Athens is known for its artistic sensibility. Living amongst such creativity and vibrancy inspires us to reach for the stars. Blending a tireless passion for website development with an intuitive sense of function makes us your go-to web designer. Our goal is simple: Small enough to take a personal interest in every site we do, yet agile enough to take on projects of all sizes, Run Ruffian has been designing websites since and we still LOVE every minute of it.
This is when your website becomes a real gamechanger. Let Run Ruffian take the reins and put your business in the lead. Learn We listen to your goals and learn about your audience. Experience your voice and see your inspiration. Your site emerges and we select the theme with the feel best suited for your project.
Our focus is on how to best engage your audience as well as appeal to the search engine gods. Launch After testing and optimizing, the site goes live.
Our hard work pays off. Technical expertise and creativity unite in a beautiful website. Maintenance After the launch, let us manage your online presence with a maintenance plan. From blogging to social media, we continue to offer bespoke service to meet your needs.
Who the heck is Ruffian? The Story of Ruffian. Nothing could get close enough to even nibble on her saddle cloth. Shortly into the race, Ruffian was in front by half a length when both sesamoid bones in her right foreleg snapped. Her jockey tried to pull her up, but she ran on for another 50 yards, apparently unwilling to give up the race.
Ruffian underwent an emergency operation lasting 12 hours. Tragically, when the anesthesia wore off after the surgery, she thrashed about wildly on the floor of a padded recovery stall as if still running in the race. Despite the efforts of numerous attendants, she broke the cast as well as another leg. The medical team, knowing that she would probably not survive more extensive surgery for the repair of two legs, euthanized her shortly afterwards.
She was known for her incredible love of running and unwillingness to lose. Ruffian was in the lead in every race she ever ran. I watched that fateful race on television when I was a horse-possessed preteen. Maybe she did, because she still runs in my heart today.