Training you and your horse for success in the saddle

Gain the confidence you need to take your riding to the next level

Is taking your horse out on the trail stressing you out?

It's probably stressing your horse out, too!

You and your horse both deserve more!

At AB Equestrian, every athlete – both human and equine - matters.

Whether you want to ride a gentle trail along the river or compete in Western Equitation, your goal is our goal, too.

Specializing in Trail Riding, Ranch Horse Versatility, Western Equitation, Western Pleasure, Halter, and Showmanship, AB Equestrian offers a variety of classes for different athletic levels and sports needs. If you’re looking to improve your ride, and take it to the next level, you can find the support and resources you need right here.  Personal evaluations and consultations are performed with every single client to understand each one’s unique goals.

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Horse Training

Our training philosophy is to build a strong team between horse and rider. We set high standards for both, all the while maintaining enthusiasm through both the successes and challenges of the learning process.

Riding Lessons

Offering private and group lessons, we focus on improving athletic performance and work on individual skills that will improve your ride, both in the show ring and out on the trail.

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Pasture Boarding

Our facility is drama and judgement free! Your horse will enjoy life as nature intended, not boxed up in a stall all day. We have all the amenities you and your horse will need. Come take a tour today! 

Meet the Trainer...

A lifelong horsewoman, Alexis Brasier is passionate about teaching both horses and students with a disciplined, yet lighthearted and positive manner, establishing an environment that is both fun and effective. She is focused on professionalism, partnered with encouragement and positive reinforcement, to create a motivating environment that produces results.

Discipline creates self-confidence, which leads to motivation for achievement.

Alexis believes riders ultimately have two things they can control: their attitudes and their efforts.

Alexis Brasier, horse trainer