Dare to dream big as it is the dreamers of the world who create the visions that become reality.

Heather had the Faith in the vision; Tom held the Hope he could stimulate the joy of the American Saddlebred Horse in more people throughout the state of Michigan and Nancy had the dream to make the world a better place with her love for horses.

And so it was – three very different personalities began to collaborate on building an equestrian facility and business to inspire, encourage and support the community right here in the heart of Livingston County, Michigan.

 “Faith, hope, love, abide these three; but the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13

Nancy Merlo

Nancy Merlo

President
Tom Sworm

Tom Sworm

Trainer; General Manager
Heather Krill

Heather Krill

Vice-president; Director of Operations
Kristen Murelli

Kristen Murelli

Lesson Program Manager
Sydney Faylor

Sydney Faylor

Riding Instructor
Shana Jo Kelsey

Shana Jo Kelsey

Riding Instructor
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"World class equestrian club and staff. Great for lessons, groups, training, etc.It is rare that you find not only a world-class equestrian facility, but an equally talented training, lesson and management team. This place has it all. Today, during the soft opening of this new facility, I had scheduled an extended lesson for an experienced rider from Germany. The facility is truly impressive and I am sure will become more so every day. The leadership and staff are seasoned pro's who place rider and animal safety first and foremost. It is a superior facility."

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Joining up with Tom Sworm and his team was one of the best decisions we have made.

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My younger daughter did not have a horse that was capable of competing in the circuit A level, but Tom was able to work his magic and find the horse that was not only perfect for her, but within our budget. Tom bringing my youngest daughter and her new horse together was probably the best thing for her and I give him credit for the confident young woman she has become. Her success on her horse in the Circuit A level took a shy quiet 15 year old girl and made her realize she had potential for greatness.

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