From assistant to owner, the horses ALWAYS come first.
Head trainer and farm manager Tiffany George grew up riding and showing Appaloosas bred by her family. While originally showing western, riding English and jumping looked exciting and fun. She began taking English/jumping lessons when she was in 8th grade and never looked back.
Tiffany began working at Landmark Farm in 1997 cleaning stalls and helping to care for the horses. Over time, her duties expanded and gradually she took over assistant trainer and farm manager roles under Libby Barrow. Tiffany remained Libby’s assistant until the farm closed in 2017, prompting her to open her own barn.
Tiffany has had the opportunity to ride in clinics with such greats as Julie Winkel, Don Stewart, Diane Carney, Chuck Waters, George Morris, and Daniel Stewart. She is always keen on advancing her knowledge in all areas of horsemanship.
As she has always striven to offer the very best care to the horses in her care, she has invested a large amount of time trying to soak up all she can about their veterinary care. She has worked closely with some of the best veterinarians in the state for the past 20 years. She also attends educational talks at vet clinics whenever possible.