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About Brett

Brett is a passionate young professional in the Northern Virginia area, aiming to bring her dedication to hunter jumper clientele that share her enthusiasm. With 15 years of professional experience, Brett uses her skills and methods to break down the training process into manageable pieces. She recognizes the value of problem solving in ways that both the horses and the riders can easily understand and find confidence. She is steadfast in knowing there is no one single way to train a horse or educate a rider.  As a result, Brett is driven to adapt and find ways to advance her clientele.

Brett is active in the sales community, and enjoys developing horses into competitors. She takes pride in finding each client their perfect horse and will guide clients through the buying process. The very first step to success in the sport is a proper pairing and Brett stays connected to her network of professionals around the country to source the best inventory of horses for anyone on the hunt.

Brett believes in constant education within the sport. She continues to cultivate skills and experiences by regularly working with other professionals to both train horses in her program as well as collaborate to learn new techniques to share with her clients. She is devoted and detailed.

Originally from Maryland, Brett grew up riding and showing on the east coast. Her pony days were spent competing at grass roots local competitions in the Washington DC area. She expanded and began competing at A-recognized shows shortly thereafter. Her junior years were spent showing her own jumper and ponies for her childhood trainer.

Brett learned about all aspects of the industry during her childhood. Her experiences range from time as a working student, a braider, and a groom. She also learned to break and start horses and ponies while she was still in junior high.

After completing her undergraduate degree at American University, she began her professional career. She worked for businesses ranging from 70-horse sale barns to private show barns. She showed young horses for a breeding program and also spent several months living in Normandy, France, riding young jumpers.

Most recently she focused on developing hunters and jumpers to be their most successful in a wide range of divisions for both herself, her employers and all their clients. Each stage of her career offered valuable experiences along the way. She found knowledge in each position and confidence to share her thoughts to help each horse progress and each client succeed.