KIND APPROACH EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUE CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE
Brooke Doss is a conscientious and intuitive rider, trainer, and instructor with expertise in the art of classical dressage. She has devoted much of her life to her education in this field, as it became her life’s passion from an early age. Brooke attained her education from many highly respected and well-established teachers including Bent Jensen, Gunnar Ostergaard, and Lars Petersen. She further enhanced her education and skills by participating in numerous clinics with highly skilled and respected Vaquero-style horsemen, namely, Buck Brannaman, Greg Eliel, and Joe Wolter. She also credits, and is very grateful to, all the horses in her life for the guidance and enlightenment they have given her along the way.
Brooke has successfully started, trained and competed an array of horses during her career and won multiple USDF and CBLM Championships through the FEI Levels along the way. Most notably, Brooke earned a place on the USET List of Developing Riders in 2002 with her memorable partner, “Westcott.” Recognizing and appreciating that all of her accomplishments have been dependent upon the extraordinary bond of trust and collaboration with her horses, Brooke embraces a kind, insightful approach to training and teaching. Her heartfelt desire is to share her distinguished style and effective system to enrich the bond and experience of the equine partnership.