TAKING IT ALL IN STRIDE ... WITH JACQUIE GANTON
Jacquie has just recently launched her new blog in partnership with the Discover Arabian Horses.com and will have new articles posted every week or two, so check back often! THE LINK TO HER BLOG IS BELOW.
She has been working with horses for over 20 years now. She started riding and showing at age 8 and has been teaching lessons and working with young horses for the last 10 years. Three years ago she officially started her horse business, Stride Equine Arabians, which offers training, lessons and coaching services to the amateur Arabian horse owner as well as recreational riders. Her team currently consists of approximately a dozen riders, about half of whom will compete this year!
Jacquie currently trains out of Tamrac Ranch near Beaumont, AB, but she resides with her husband (Brendan) and 3 kids (Grady, Kaelyn and Ryley) in Leduc, AB.
if you would like to post a comment or ask Jacquie a questions check out her blog at https://strideequinearabians.blogspot.ca/
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