The saying, "it takes a village," truly represents my journey as a rider and trainer. I have been fortunate enough to work for and under trainers of multiple disciplines who have taught me discipline, structure, hard work, and the importance of dedication. Ive also been fortunate enough for the majority of my career path to have centered around the care of horses.
From routine care and management, to working as an ICU vet tech, I've learned that not all behavioral problems are in fact "behavioral," as well as how to keep the horses in training in the best health possible.
Though I have always had a love for horses I didn't begin my riding career until the age of nine. Since then I've dabbled in multiple disciplines but have found my "home" in the barrel racing industry. Aside from barrel racing my passion is starting young horses, helping problem horses overcome their issues, as well as helping beginner riders become the rider they want to be.
As a wife and mother of two, life can be pretty hectic, but I can't seem to shy away from this world that can be hectic all on its own. After all, this is where I reach my sanity, and I look forward to helping you reach yours. Whether your horse needs help, or you need confidence, let us help you out!