Bre Dorsett has been involved with horses all of her life with past 15 years focused on the international sport of dressage. She is a USDF bronze and silver medalist, USDF "L" graduate and has been the recipient of several year-end awards, regionally and nationally. These include USDF Horse of the Year awards, USDF All-Breeds awards, Dover National Merit Champion, and USDF Region 9 and SWDC Champion and Reserve Champion through FEI.
Bre trained with Olympian and Pan Am Games competitor, Hilda Gurney and has been a student of five time USDF Horse of the Year award winner, Sabine Schut-Kery for the last six years.
"I credit Hilda with establishing my seat, teaching me the essential concept of 'give,' and insight to the approaches different types horses need."
"I credit Sabine with teaching me effectiveness of the aids, relationships between parts of the training scale and encouragement to go beyond my and my horses' comfort level in a playful way."
Dressage is a French word that translates "to train." Dressage can improve communication with and rideability of horses in all disciplines. All breeds of horses are welcome and can benefit from concentrated, quality work.
Bre accepts students at all levels. Please contact her for availabilty.