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Our Home

We are located on a beautiful private facility on the east side of Emmett, Idaho. We offer a safe, clean environment for our amazing horses where they can thrive in the company of their friends. Students are encouraged to learn about the operations of the barn and the management of the horses. Extra barn time is available for approved students. This allows them to develop confidence and independence when caring for our animals. 

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Love and Passion for Horses

I was introduced to horses at 2 years old and immediately fell in love. The neighbors brought over their 2 year old filly and put me on her back. When they took me off, I threw myself on the ground and cried. Since I was 5, I have surrounded myself with horses, in every way and fashion, riding at any barn that offered me the opportunity, and riding for any owner that would allow me on their horse. As a child, I took lessons and competed in Western Pleasure and Trail, and was introduced to English riding. On the weekends and during the summer we had weekly trail rides exploring the hills and parks of Sonoma County. My aunt was lover of all un-broke horses and always had her eye on the next trainer and technique becoming popular. I was given the opportunity to work with some wonderful trainers and attend clinics at a very young age, including the legendary Tom Dorrance. In my tween years I started working cows and competed in Team Penning and Sorting, as well as speed events like Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, and other Gymkhana events. In high school I learned to develop an eye for conformation and movement as a member of the FFA Horse Judging Team. This led me to my first job, cleaning stalls, and exercising horses for a local Quarter Horse breeder. Over the next few years, I attended the local Junior College and enrolled in as many equine classes as available. When I started working at the local tack shop, my eyes were opened to all the possibilities in the world of horses. I started ranch sitting for both my colleagues, and our clients, and became a groom for a local world class International Eventer. Through my network of contacts in the horse world, I landed in a barn management position in a wonderful 300 acre, 75 horse operation in the hearth of Wine Country. With this many horses under my care, I learned more about vet care, general equine management, and feed and nutrition. From there, I was given the opportunity to become a Riding Coach to adults and children, while helping to manage the riding school and care for our lesson horses. I am so thankful for all these experiences that have led me to my dream job today, providing equine access to horse lovers and instilling a solid foundation that my students can take in any direction and use in any discipline.

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