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My childhood included the mandatory stubborn little Shetland pony who had a fondness for a particularly sweet spot of clover in the front lawn. In my teens, I owned a Hunter that I showed locally... he however was not particularly fond of walking into the stall on wheels.  Fast forward to college, and two years of taking all of the recommended courses for a chemical engineering degree, I still found time to train horses each summer. Before I knew it I had a barn full of client horses and a successful training career. 

After training and showing a variety of breeds, Meg Preston of Rum Brook Morgans called and offered me a private job, so off to New Hampshire I went. We stood the number one breeding sire at that time - Immortal Command. We bred 58 mares that year and I had lots of nice youngsters to work with.  In 1990, Maynard Casler of Misty Hills Farm called with a job offer that included some very nice horses to show. Supreme Odyssey and Mrs. Schaefer won at Louisville that next year and not until I got back to my hotel room and shook green shavings out of the cuffs on my pants did I realize that I had trained a horse that WON AT LOUISVILLE!!  


In the fall of 1994 I accepted a job with the Perwien's here in Texas.  I left briefly to work in Kentucky for two years and then returned to Bluebonnet where we have bred and raised numerous top horses including RWC Blue Sapphire, WC Selena's Song, RWC CH She-bop, RWC Be Bop Lady, RWC High on Heir, WC Rocket City, RWC Bluebonnet's Challenger, RWC Xuxa and RWC MMMBop, RWC Sudoku, WC Nella Fantasia, CH Uncut Jewel, CH Tuffy’s Miss Allison, WC Bluebonnet’s Hip Hop, WC CH Carmen Miranda ™, WC Albert Kapoony, RWC CH ITunes, and of course, crowd favorite and Mr. P’s beloved iPod. . All in all it has been quite an adventure with numerous friends and stories accumulated along the way! 

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