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Brady has been training performance horses for over 20 years. His focus is on training world class Reined Cowhorses and Reining horses. Brady has made the finals at numerous NRCHA Major Aged Events and in 2007 won a World Champion Ltd Open Bridle Championship. Not only does he show at the highest level he is also a judge for the NRCHA. Brady has a strong Non Pro program and can help you reach your horsemanship goals. We provide training, lessons, and clinics.
Brady Weaver 887 N 2200 E Enterprise, UT 84725
Hunter/Jumper training available from semi retired A Circuit coach from Western Canada.
Catherine successfully competed in Hunters, Jumpers and 3 Day in her younger years as well as obtaining her Senior judges status in Canada and the US.
Her students have had show championships in Hunter, Jumper, Equitation and Eventing. New students should be able to jump a Cross rail.
Located in Cedar City, Utah. Call 435-559-1079
Shauna Haskell-Lytle has grown up raising, riding, training and showing horses since she was 5 yrs. old. She has worked with some of the finest trainers in Utah (Vickie Bowman, Barry Beach, Rich Melville). She competed on Arabians from an early age on in all disciplines from Western, Trail, Arabian Native Costume, English (Huntseat, saddleseat, dressage, jumping & sidesaddle). She has trained horses and students for the show ring for over 35 years as well as competed in Class A, Regional and National levels. She holds the title of National Top Ten Competitive Trail in 2000 and has had students that have gone on to win Regional and National Titles as well. She is EAGALA Certified 2nd Level (EAP-Equine Assisted Psychotherapy) and a Certified Special Olympics Equine Coach. Shauna judges open shows and 4-H shows as well. She loves teaching the correct equitation skills to her students from the young and the young at heart. She has a great place in Bloomington with a new 80 x 120 ft covered arena to ride in out of the weather.
If you are looking for a well rounded instructor in all disciplines call for more information at 435-668-9335 or log onto her website at: www.haskellridingacademy.com
I am a horse trainer in Hurricane, UT. I've been training for 10 yrs and riding my whole life.
I use Clinton Anderson's method of natural horse training.
Here is my website www.ccampbellhorsemanship.com
Please call (435) 467-2694
Stacy Williams trains horses and riders in the art of Dressage, working out of Lava Bluffs Equestrian Center in St. George for the past 9 years. Stacy is the first United States Dressage Federation Certified Instructor/Trainer in the state of Utah, and the only one currently working in southern Utah. Stacy has competed nationally through Grand Prix, and has earned her USDF Bronze and Silver Medals, and her USDF Bronze Freestyle bar. She is also a USDF "L" Program Graduate, and is therefore listed by the USDF as a recommended schooling show judge. Her horses and students have won numerous state, regional and national awards. Find more details regarding specific training programs at www.scwdressage.blogspot.com. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Text or call: 435-773-7709.
*Photo Credit Robert Schmidt, www.utahlens.com
Bonnie East is a recent transplant to Southern Utah from Northern. After beginning her equestrian pursuits in the Hunters, she chose to take on the challenges of 3-day Eventing and has competed all over the western U.S. and in Virginia, qualifying for the American Eventing Championships several different years. She has been eventing for 25 years and has been an instructor for 20 years.
Bonnie is a USEF-licensed Technical Delegate for Eventing and is currently working on her Eventing Dressage Judge's license, which she hopes to complete in the fall of 2018.
She is a solid rider and instructor in all three phases of eventing and hopes to encourage more interest and participation in the sport among the equestrian population of Southern Utah.
For information and/or lessons: (760) 331-8834