Shaun Sellers started riding at the age of 10 under Swiss International Vaulting Champion and Eventer, Andrea Huber. There Shaun learned about an effective, balanced position, soft hands and the importance of being a horseman first. While with Andrea, Shaun joined the Northern Exposure Pony Club where he learned a substantial amount about horse care, equine first aid and was afforded great riding opportunities with top national and international dressage, show jumping, and 3 day event riders. Shaun credits much of his attention to detail and standard of care to his years in the United States Pony Club. Later, Shaun stepped into the jumper and local hunter rings before realizing great success the A rated level. In his early 20’s Shaun spent 3 months working on a breeding farm in NC, where he learned the basics of AI start to finish. After an educational summer Shaun was offered a job grooming for international show jumper, Andres Rodriguez, tending to the care of the horses on the national side at The Pfizer Million, and America Gold Cup. Shaun realized after a month of grooming an internationally competitive show string he missed being in the saddle, and accepted an assistant training position at Canterbury Stables in NY. There Shaun acquired a great 6 month education in dressage, riding with top dressage clinicians, and horsemanship clinicians. Shaun then was offered a position managing top hunters, and later jumpers for a private family in Chicago IL. It was here Shaun was really able to put all his education to use and focus on understanding the business side, while managing and maintaining the owners string of horses. After 5 yrs in Chicago, Shaun began freelancing and helping professionals from Kentucky, Mississippi, and New York run their farm/businesses through the summer. Most recently Shaun was offered the opportunity to start his own business in Marcy, NY. This new venture is where Shaun was able to put all his experience and education to work. For the last two years Shaun has helped clients reach all of their personal goals, bring along young horses, and build an excellent  reputation in sales.  

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