Why I Love Mad Barn
I am a huge believer in the Mad Barn products. My horse's overall health an physical condition has improved with the addition of each MadBarn product that I've added into their feeding schedule.
The W-3 oil gives the horses a beautiful, healthy shine within a matter of weeks when they start on it.
Omneity P has been a fantastic addition to my feeding program - I never have to worry about whether my horses are getting an adequate level of vitamins and minerals from their hay and grain because I know that Omneity has them covered. The pelleted formula is palatable for even my pickiest of eaters.
Visceral + is, hands down, the single most important product in my management program for my horses. With the stress of frequent competition and travel, gut health is not only crucial but it can also be difficult to maintain. I started my first horse on Visceral + nearly 8 years ago after treating him for ulcers and I haven't had a single issue since.
Megan began her riding career at the age of 11 at Sunnybrook Stables located in the heart of Toronto, ON. She quickly focused her efforts on dressage, and at 16 she purchased her first and current top horse, K2. She travelled to Wellington, FL with K2 for the 2014-15 season and obtained qualifying scores for the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC) to make her the top rider for Team Ontario and ranked third in Canada. Megan and K2 travelled to the NAJYRC in July 2015 and remained the top Ontario rider with an Individual 7th place finish in the Team test, bringing Team Ontario to an 8th place finish overall.
Following the 2018 winter season, Megan was hired on as the Assistant Rider at the Dutta Corporation’s Dressage stable in Wellington, FL. Under Susan Dutta’s guidance, Megan trained horses for competition and sale that were anywhere from 3 years old to grand prix horses.
The winter 2019 season was one of many highlights for Megan and K 2. In January 2019 the pair made their U25 Grand Prix debut, earning the necessary scores to qualify for the Wellington CDIOU25 Nation’s Cup team for Canada in their first 3 outings. They represented Canada in the Nation’s Cup with an exciting team 3rd and individual 5th place finish. The pair continued on to a 2nd place finish in the last CDI of the winter season at the Global Dressage Festival.
Now based out of Stillpoint Farm in Wellington FL, Megan is the assistant rider and trainer at Beatrice Marienau Dressage. Under Beatrice’s guidance Megan continues to campaign her personal horses, while coaching and assisting in the daily training of Beatrice’s horses ranging in age and ability from 5 years old through the International Grand Prix.
- 2015 - Top Ontario Rider
- 2015 - Ranked Third for Team Canada
- 2015 - 7th Place at North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC)
- 2019 - U25 Grand Prix Qualified for Wellington CDIOU25 Nation's Cup on Team Canada
- 2019 - CDIOU25 Nation's Cup 3rd Place Team Finish & 5th Place Individual Finish
- 2019 - 2nd Place Finish Global Dressage Festival