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7 steps to check saddle fit

Seven steps to check your saddle fit. Step 1- how level does it sit? Step 2- feel under the bars (front, middle, ...

3 mistakes with western shanked bits

In this video, I show three common mistakes people make when adjusting shanked bits. I also show several features of western shanked ...

Choosing a halter for your horse

  In this quick video, I want to show you four halters you would find if you walked into my barn. You ...

Live Q&A call in opportunity!

I remember when I was growing up that I could call into a radio station to win prizes or to ask questions. ...

Western Dressage, Level 2 movements demonstrated

This video demonstrates the majority of the movements required in Western Dressage, Level 2, tests 1 through 4. I made this video ...

Western Dressage, Level 1 movements demonstrated

This video demonstrates the majority of the movements require in Western Dressage, Level 1, tests 1 through 4. When I was getting ...

Western dressage quarter and half pirouettes-Episode 18: The Trail to the World Show

This week I take you behind the scenes to one of my riding lessons. My goal at the lesson is to decide ...

Training Exercise: Circles inside of circles- Episode 17

In this video I share with you an exercise that I use to increase my horses strength, balance and understanding of aids. ...

Schooling a horse at a horse show-Episode 16: Trail to the World Show

There is so much valuable experience that horses can gain at horse shows. Most shows have a haul in fee or a ...

Urban Trail ride…to the donut store!

Urban trail riding is a bit different than my usual trail riding but it was fun! Maybe it’s just me but I ...

Developing an independent seat: colt starting, reining, western dressage

In this video I discuss: How to test your seat position. My belief that there is no one perfect rider position. There ...

Mistakes people make neck reining on the trail: Episode 14-The Trail to the World Show

In this video I discuss how I change my expectations between riding in the arena and on the trail. I share why ...

Words from our Fans

My dream was to learn to train reining prospect from start to finish. I'd about given up, and then I found Stacy.


Before I worked with Stacy, other trainers and coaches had left me with the impression that my horse was strong-headed, not a very good horse, and that I'd always have to fight with her. Thanks to Stacy, I know none of that is true.


About Stacy

Growing up, I shared a love of horses with my mother but neither of us knew what we were doing. Over the years we dealt with horses that wouldn’t load into trailers, wouldn’t pick up their leads and wouldn’t stand still to be mounted. I fell off more times than I could count and was bitten, stepped on and run away with before I was old enough to drive a car. There were many, many good times too. My favorite childhood memories all involve horses (and one ornery pony.)

It took me years to develop to the point where I became a successful competitor in a male-dominated industry. The beauty of this is that it proved that true strength is a mental game more than a physical one.

I believe in creating win-win-win relationships. I can show you how to reach your goals faster if you’re willing to put in the work. Whether you love trail riding, have goals of showing or would someday love to understand bridleless riding, I can show you the way.

…and yes I still clean stalls."


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