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Jen and Saddle Up

Hi – I’m Jen Williams of Saddle Up Horse Training. At Saddle Up, I teach several disciplines of horseback riding, including English Pleasure, Dressage, Western Pleasure, and Reining. I also break young horses to ride, train horses in English and Western Pleasure, Dressage, and Reining. I also have fun chasing cows and cutting (or really any type of riding) when the chance pops up. I grew up in a family of educators, but I have a degree in Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison. I love the area, and I always knew that I would settle here, even when I
was working for several years with some national level trainers out on the west coast of Oregon. I now live in Oregon, WI, with my husband, Scot, and my two boys, Calvin and Jack. If you add the herd of horses and some new barn cats, it seems to make for a big family (don’t forget the chickens).  I try to have lots of hobbies around for when I’m not riding. I wouldn’t call the kids a hobby, but they do take up the majority of my non-horse time. When I do have some free time, I enjoy tennis, biking, skiing, gardening, quilting, camping, knitting and much more – I like to keep busy. I also march for the UW-Madison Alumni band in the trombone ranks every year.

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  1. Bettie Kessenich permalink
    September 25, 2016 11:08 am

    Hi Jen,
    My friend and I are wanting a lesson after many years of not riding. We are both in our mid-sixties and both owned our own horses years ago.
    Do you think we could be accommodated? Maybe we could come to the stable and speak to someone in person prior to signing up for the lesson. Would that be something that might be arranged?
    Let me know how we might proceed. We are both very excited at the prospect of riding again.
    Thanks for your time.
    Bettie Kessenich
    Suzanne Stevenson

    Sent from my iPhone

    • September 26, 2016 6:29 pm

      Hi. I can definitely accomodate you and your friend with riding lessons. I am happy to set up a time for you to visit the farm first. When would you be available to come to the farm for a visit?

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