Liz Snoblen, owner and trainer, has been training horses since 1984.  Having started her career with Standardbred and Thoroughbred race horses, she found her passion in Dressage in 1986. She has trained horses up to Third Level and now is focusing on teaching the valuable benefits of Dressage to trail and 4-H riders, as well as to those who are interested in showing their individual breed circuits, such as EMAA and MQHA.  She has shown in western pleasure, hunt seat, and dressage. She believes you can bring the best out of a horse by using the fundamentals of dressage in every day practice, be it on the trail or in the ring.  Liz is also the coach for the Walled Lake Northern High School Equestrian Team and is the 4-H Leader for Bits n' Spurs 4H club.

Liz allows for flexibility in her regimen and customize's each program based on the need's of the Individual or Horse. She is firm when needed and soft whenever possible in her handling of horses and people. All of her horses are happy and enjoy their activities they are placed into. She believes that happy horses will perform better, especially when a bond is formed between horse and rider.

Her training programs incorporate the owner's individual needs as well as what the horse will require to meet those needs. Goals are established and a program is developed to meet those goals. Programs can range from a lesson once a month to full time training and showing.

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