About Megan

About Megan

Megan is committed to helping you get the most out of you and your horse’s ability. Hard work, commitment, patience and consistency are the cornerstone of her program. She believes in you even if you don’t believe in yourself and will work hard to prove it to you!

Although she is focused on APHA horses, Megan knows that you need to take lessons learned from other disciplines in order to be well rounded and it is not an option to stop learning. Rhythm and balance is the key and she is not interested in fads and gimmicky training. If you want it done right the first time go with her! She has proven through her education, training and results that she can take you to whatever level you desire.

Just ask some of her clients, see testominals here.

Bio: Megan is married to her wonderful husband Greg and is the mother of a beautiful baby girl, Maddison.

Megan spent her youth riding every horse she could get her hands on. Attending every clinic and camp going she became well aware of her chosen career path at an early age. At the age of 15 she began teaching riding lessons to beginners.

After graduating high school she attended the Equine Studies program in Saskatchewan taking triple major in Breeding and Genetics, English, and Western. After graduating in 2003 she received her Coaching in English and in Western at the same time, at the age of 18.

Following the program Megan headed to Texas for a six month internship at Cleve Wells’ Ranch. During this time she worked with world class quarter and paint horses in reining, western pleasure, HUS, and all around horses. Her favorites during this time were stallions Don’t Dress Me and Dun Gatta Gun. Collaborating with other trainers during this time such as Shane Dowdy, Tim McQuay, Amy Nash, Eric Peterson, and among others. She also attended her very first APHA World Show in Fort Worth which is a dream come true for her.

Upon returning to Canada Megan went onto the Ontario “A” and trillium show circuits working with world champion hunter and jumper riders.  Also at this time she helped form several new barns by buying and selling horses, as well as interviewing and hiring staff. It was not unusual for Megan to be riding a reiner in the morning and a jumper in the afternoon.

After the season Megan then did a stint in Germany where she taught reining and western lessons in exchange for dressage and jumping lessons. Attending world renowned shows such Dortmond with Jagfeld Quarter Horses is another memory she will never forget.

In the summer of 2006 Megan returned to Nova Scotia and began to teach at North East Quarter Horses working with Jeff Temple where she remained until summer 2009. Since then Megan has continued to train and coach throughout Nova Scotia, forming her own business.

She has had numerous winners in APHA competition in multiple events. Check out our winners page for more details.

Offering prep for all around competition from weanling through to competitive seniors. Megan offers training for Halter, In Hand Trail, LL, WP, HUS, HSE, Hunter Hack, Trail, Showmanship, Western Riding, and Horsemanship.