Welcome to my Blog!

Welcome to my new blog!!

I have been asked for tips and tricks a lot recently and someone planted the idea of doing a blog in my head and I thought why not! So here on this blog you will find tips and tricks about training, showing, owning horses, being an amateur exhibitor, doing things on your own, saving money and anything else that comes to my mind.

Allow me to introduce myself: My name is Brandy and I have been showing horses from a very young age. My parents were horse trainers and I grew up on the farm riding, cleaning stalls and learning about horses. I have shown continuously on the APHA and PtHA circuits my whole life and I have been blessed to be very successful. Showing multiple different horses, all bred and raised on my family farm, I have won 12 World and Reserve World Championships, 30 Congress Championships, Number One in the Nation awards, APHA Honor Roll Championships, APHA Top 20 and much more. I have also been blessed with parents who were able to to teach me not only how to ride and show but also how to train my horses myself. I do most of the training and riding of my horses by myself; my dad helps me and gives me tips but rarely rides my horses. I have been in the industry for such a long time that I have dabbled in many things from selling horses, making show clothes, selling show clothes, braiding, banding and much more. Due to my success, experience and knowledge many people ask for tips and ideas so I decided to make this a place for all things horse for the amateur riders who want to do it on their own and all the other little bits of knowledge I feel people could benefit from.

I hope I am able to provide some insight that may help you in some small way. Check back for regular updates! Thanks for looking :)

Picture credits: Impulse Photography MB, Holman Photography, Jeff Kirkbride and Impulsive Concept Designs. 

I would like to clarify: I am NOT a trainer by any means, I do not try to pretend I am a trainer. I am simply an amateur who tries to do it on my own and I train/ride my own personal horses. I want to provide information about what I do to help riders who may also want to do it on their own. This is a 100% non-profit blog; I simply do it for fun and to help people. If you want a trainer, go elsewhere.

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