Welcome to TROUBADOUR EQUINE! Whatever your goal is, we can help you reach it. We welcome students of all ages and experience levels to enjoy this exciting sport. Our students are encouraged to participate in a number of disciplines and competitions from English to Western, Saddle Seat to Halter. No matter what breed you're interested in, ask us what we can do for you!
Please keep this in mind when looking to schedule: At least one Saturday a month, I will be away at a horse show. At least one Sunday a month, I will be gone. If you leave a message, and I do not get back to you in 24 hours, feel free to call again. Things are so busy sometimes! I'm doing my best to return phone calls as quickly as possible.
This business is growing at a fantastic rate! I am so happy for all the new students and horses that have joined our family. I'm doing the best I can to provide the best experience for students and their families. Unfortunately, there aren't enough hours in the day, and I am doing my absolute best to return phone calls and emails. I truly apologize for this, but I want your experience with horses to be a positive and memorable one.
Please continue to call, but you may have an easier time getting a hold of me through text or email.
"Sarah has done a great job with my green Tennessee Walker. I've seen her teach lessons as well and was impressed with her ease at communicating with any level of rider. When it came time to sell my horse, Sarah went above and beyond to help me." Dave
"I have known Sarah Kibbler for about 5 years. In that time I have seen her excel in competitive riding in the Arabian Industry. My daughter has enjoyed riding at Sarah's place on several occasions. She has always had a good and safe experience. Thanks for the opportunities Sarah!" Lisa Smith
"I think Sarah is a very capable horseperson. I trust her with my horses. I think she is a talented and gifted trainer and rider." John Lipari
"This girl is a hand with a horse. I've been on a bunch of her youngsters and they all have a great foundation." Mark Burke