In order for me to achieve matching you with the right horse, I’ll need to get to know you! I encourage all my clients to chat with me by phone about what it is they are looking for. 903-505-9097. You can also contact me through the contact page.

About Me

I specialize in western riding with a particular interest in family/ranch geldings and Old California Bridle Horse tradition disciplines. My desire is to see others find that ‘right’ horse for them, one that meets their needs and fits their riding level. I want to help people find special horses that will help them succeed at their dreams, and I want to pass on the knowledge that has so generously been passed on to me. I have a desire to support the first-time horse owner so that their dreams of riding off into the sunset might actually become a reality, but I am here for anyone who’s searching for a nice horse!

Read more

Educational Articles

Morrals, A Wonderful Training Tool

Morrals or sometimes referred to as nosebags or feedbags have got to be one of the most useful tools that I have stored away in my horsemanship tool box, hands down. I own several and break all my personal horses and training horses to them, and there are so many reasons why. Although modern morrals are usually constructed of...
Read Now!

Teach Your Horse to Accept Deworming

A horse’s head and mouth are some of its most sensitive areas. It’s no wonder so many problems evolve with deworming horses. Much like horses that become hard to bridle, you’ll need to be smooth and conscientious in this area. Hopefully you’ll be proactive enough in your horsemanship that issues like worming and bridling will...
Read Now!

Conscientious Bridling

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This is truly a wonderful analogy for good horsemanship. Dealing with horses in a conscientious and proactive manner will always produce the kind of horses people love to own and ride. Bridling is an area in horsemanship which can quickly head in a negative direction if not...
Read Now!

A Bit About Bits and the truth behind them.

Bits, Bits and More Bits. If you have ever found yourself in the bit aisle of a tack store feeling completely overwhelmed you are most definitely not alone. The bit covered walls are towering. There are so many choices- bits of every shape and size it seems, silver plaited bits, copper mouthed bits, bits for stopping, turning,...
Read Now!

Why a Rope Halter?

Halters are universal, the most widely used piece of equipment in any horse owners tack room. Halters are used for everything, from catching horses to leading and tying, and in some cases even riding. Therefore that makes this crucial piece of gear paramount in communication between you and your horse. Since we are beginning...
Read Now!

Holding Areas, An Important Tool

Holding areas are an extremely important factor to consider in regards to equine management. Whether you’re looking to begin building or adding onto your own infrastructure or are possibly looking to buy a facility that’s already been built, consider holding areas as an important competent. Barns become the main focus for many...
Read Now!

Bonding with your New Horse

Finally the time has come, a new season in your life that has allowed you to fulfill a lifelong dream of owning your very own horse. Your new equine companion has been purchased and is settling in while you check off your list of everything a responsible new horse owner must get squared away upon the arrival of their new...
Read Now!