The core of Mill-Again Stables is our outstanding team, who are determined to help you and your horse succeed. We’re dedicated to providing tailored support and guidance to each of our clients. Read more about our team members through their stories below. If you’d like to set up an introductory lesson, get in touch with us today!
Trainer & Owner
Ashley has been a trainer and instructor for many years. She focuses on working with the show riders and their horses. Raised in the show horse industry, both of her parents are nationally recognized trainers. She holds multiple World and National Championship titles, and is a proud member of the United Professional Horsemans Association, the United States Equestrian Federation, the American Saddle Horse Association, and the North Texas American Saddlebred Association. In the past she has worked under many accomplished trainers and now is an invaluable member of the Mill-Again Team.
Instructor & Owner
Candee is one of the most respected saddle seat instructors in the state. She has developed hundreds of young riders to become life long horsemen and women. Having been a riding instructor in the past at several prestigious farms, Candee has been teaching Mill-Again's youngest, intermediate and advanced riders for over 36 years. Many of Candee's riders have gone on to win numerous regional, state, national and World Championship Titles. Candee is in the Texas Saddle Seat Trainers Hall of Fame and a mentor to many riders and professionals in the industry.
Jordan Kelley is an integral part of the Mill-Again Stables team as the primary instructor for our weekly lesson students. Jordan has years of experience developing capable riders of all abilities and backgrounds. She is patient, kind and no-nonsense. Many of Jordan's students advance to become successful tournament and show riders. As a product of Mill-Again Stables herself, Jordan deeply cares for the riders and horses under her care and supervision. She teaches horsemanship in combination with her riding lessons. Any lesson with her is a lesson full of excellent instruction as well as a few life lessons along the way!
Assistant Trainer & Program Instructor
Maggie has been riding most of her life, starting off on the ranch ponies growing up, learning hunters/jumpers in high school, getting a spot on the A&M Equestrian team, managing a dude ranch barn in Colorado during her summers and eventually finding her home in Saddle Seat. Maggie excels in teaching riding mechanics as well as giving riders the confidence to tackle any challenge a new horse might throw at them. Maggie has been teaching since she was 16, riders from ages 2-82 she's seen it! She is a member of the United Professional Horseman's Association, United States Equestrian Federation, American Saddle Horse Association and North Texas Saddle Horse Association and holds a bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Science from Texas A&M.
Jane's holistic approach to teaching comes from an extensive and diverse career. She started riding at the young age of four, in a hunter jumper barn outside of Chicago. Her competitive career started started when she was 7 until she was in her mid teens. She then switched to dressage and fell in love with the physics of equitation. In college she found saddle seat and the rest, as they say, is history. She earned a degree in Education from the university of Illinois, and remained a classroom educator until her retirement in 1989. Her classroom management style shows through in her approach to her riding lessons as well.
Jane teaches all our dressage lessons for our adult riders. Her lessons are very detailed and teaches riders who fully understand their mechanics and fundamentals. Jane is also our resident artist and is generous enough to share her talents with us.