"a Barn where you Belong"

Kate Toomey Evans


Quality instruction begins with experienced instructors. Kate Toomey Evans, owner, and curriculum coordinator has experience in the victory circle, both as a competitor and as a riding instructor. Winning 3 National Championships for the Texas A&M Varsity Equestrian Team in 2005 and 2006 in Western Horsemanship, Kate learned about success as a rider and a teammate. In 2006, Kate achieved her childhood dream of winning a national championship on her youth horse, Sheza Cagey Jackie. Without much money, Kate headed to Oklahoma City with her horse, some borrowed equipment, and a big dream. She left that show as the unanimous National Champion under all 5 judges. Today Kate trains with Vickery Performance Horses and continues to show in AQHA shows across the country.

Kate is passionate about teaching children to determine what their strengths are a horseman and lead with those strengths. 

 


 

Her mission was to create a program that provided solid foundational instruction and constant encouragement that lead them down a path to success, in the arena as well as life.
No child should ever look back on their time in the arena and recall negative, dangerous, or condescending 
instruction.

In 2015, Horse Illustrated Magazine featured Kate and her "fun and uniquely spirited program". We hope to continue with that spirit!

To read that article, click on this link {pdf}.


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