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About Us

We are a small, family-owned operation. We have eight stalls, ensuring the highest level of personalized care and individualized attention possible for your equine partner. Our facility was designed with the horse’s comfort and safety in mind, and all turn-outs and dry lots are individual. For conditioning, we tailor your needs to an individualized exercise program to help your horse reach your goals. With rehabilitation, we partner with your veterinarian to develop a protocol to safely return your horse to doing what you love, as quickly as possible. We bring conditioning and rehabilitation experience to the table with the education to back it up.


Our Story

Family owned and operated in Coloma, Michigan, the we transformed an old ambulance dispatch building into a world-class rehabilitation and conditioning facility for equine athletes and companions. We feature state-of-the-art services and provide quality care in a clean, safe and peaceful environment. 

Meet the Team


Resident Manager

BT Equine Science - Rehabilitation, AS Equine Management, SUNY Morrisville.

Sarah has an Associate in Applied Science in Equine Science and Management, and a Bachelor of Technology in Equine Science with Concentration in Equine Rehabilitation from the State University of New York at (SUNY) Morrisville. She interned at the world-famous KESMARC near Lexington, KY.


As a youth, Sarah was also very active in
4-H, competing nationally in 4-H Horse Bowl and Hippology multiple years. She started showing open shows at 8, riding hunt seat on a grade Haflinger/Belgian mare, eventually graduating to a Paint gelding, Sam Adams, whom she showed successfully in the Midwest, eventually to top 5 in the nation in several all-around events with the Pinto Horse Assoc. Her Coloma High School Equestrian Team were Reserve State Champions. She also rode on the Morrisville IHSA Western Team. After graduation, she went on to manage a 30-horse dressage barn before returning home to help get the business off the ground.  


Owner/Operations Manager

Equine Management CERT, MSU IAT AS Equine Science, SWMC, MSU. 

Tammy has an Associate in Applied Science in Agricultural Technology from Southwestern Michigan College with Certification in Applied Horse Science from Michigan State University IAT. Tammy grew up without a horse, but was active in 4-H learning everything she could about horses by taking part in Horse Judging, Horse Bowl, Demonstrations and Horse Science Notebook. She showed friends horses and rode on the High School Equestrian Team.


After Sarah got involved in 4-H, Tammy became a 4-H Leader for the Great Expectations 4-H Club. She was an active volunteer for many years, heading up the county Horse Bowl team, assisting with the Hippology team and co-hosting a 4-H Open Horse show every year for close to 20 years.


Tammy also served as a member of the Berrien County 4-H Horse Leaders Association, and as co-superintendent of the Equine Department for the Berrien County Youth Fair and served on their Animal Health board. She also chaired the Dressage area for the BCYF.


Owner/Journeyman Millwright

Dale has always had an interest in heavy horses. His interests were in draft horses and driving. He trained a 3 yr. old Belgian mare to become a reliable driving horse, who was loved and enjoyed by the family until she was lost to colic.


He has a strong mechanical background and is a Journeyman Maintenance Millwright. He can see constraints with the barn layout or equipment function and can design and fabricate a variety of improvements that make life around horses easier, safer and more enjoyable.


He likes to keep the horses safe and secure, and does everything he can to assist everyone in working safely around them. His designs and improvements have been admired by others and greatly appreciated by Sarah and Tammy. As long as it doesn’t involve electronics (that’s where he draws the line) he can get equipment doing whatever it is that it’s supposed to do – to the point of general amazement.

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