Horse Training / Breaking Sessions

Training Session $65

Meet the Trainer

Owner, manager, and head trainer, Brie Seltser put her feet in the stirrups at age six in Peabody, Massachusetts. She found her passion when she began competing in the hunter circuits and became a member of the United States Pony Club. At age twelve Brianna qualified for USPC National Championship Games and at age fourteen qualified for USPC National Championship Polocrosse. She competed in HITS and several other show circuits in Florida, Massachusetts, and Georgia. For the last 3 years Brie has competed at the USDF Regional Championships in Wellington, FL. and Conyers, GA finishing 7th and 8th in the region with her Friesian, Hylke van de Klei. Brie has gone on to compete at U.S Dressage Finals in Kentucky finishing in the top 10. She is continues her journey to achieve her gold medal competing both personal and client horses. Her goal is to bring her young horses to the Grand Prix ring shining in her true passion of musical freestyles where her artistic and creative eye can paint a master piece in the arena. Brie orchestrates her own music for her freestyles bringing an avant-garde perspective into the classical art of freestyles.

Along with her creativity Brie brings out her bold side when she ventures into the cross country field. Her love for eventing remains strong even while dancing the freestyles. Qualifying many young horses for American Eventing Championships only drives her heart more in the dressage arena. “Dressage is the foundation, it is what sets your score in eventing. Great dressage only makes for better jumping.” Brie says. Her theory continues to prove her right finishing on her clean and clear scores with many of her client and personal horses.

Brie resides on her equestrian facility in Ocala, FL. with her husband, Jimmy Haskins, nine rescue dogs, two rescue cats, and veiled chameleon. Her and her husband’s love for animals go beyond the moon. “It’s a life style not a job. Not just for me but my husband as well. Every animal on this farm is family. Dogs, cats, lizards, client horses or personal horses. When they’re here, they’re family.”