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Archive of posts filed under the Horse Training category.

RIP Our good pal Dallas

Warm regards, The team at Brek-n-Ridge Farm

Proud to say…Western Dressage in Harbor Springs at Brek-n-Ridge Farm!

  “WESTERN DRESSAGE IS MORE THAN A MOVEMENT. IT’S GOING TO BE A GRAND SUCCESS. I joined up with a good number of horse trainers this week to learn more about the sport, their mission and the steps they are suggesting that we as trainers take so that we can be a part of this […]

Brek-n-Ridge Farm, How did it gets it’s name?

How did Brek-n-Ridge Farm get it’s name? By boat the farm is seen from the waters of Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan.  The old potato farm and adjoining dairy farm- yards lie between the hilly ridges of Birchwood Farms.  At the bottom, above the lake, Brek-n-Ridge Farm has become a serene pastoral working horse […]

Merry Christmas to all my Friends

My philosophy …..

July 20, 2015 “In order to train the riders the horses bodies need to be released/organised/ strengthened/activated. At Brek-n-Ridge, we believe in our training methods because….”to have the largest impact upon performance in the least amount of training time, the horses’ core must be made stronger, because if it is weak and/or misaligned, no progress can […]