HD Performance Horses

HD Performance Horses

5.0 (1)
1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

Accepting new clients for the 2022! 🤩 Up and coming trainer looking to expand clientele. Specializing in primarily stock breeds such as western pleasure, hunt seat, horsemanship/equitation, and all around events.

Currently offering the following OFF site:

✨ tuneup rides

✨ ground work/breaking

✨ lessons & schooling rides

✨ show coaching 

✨ farm sitting options discussed 

All programs are tailored to you and your horses goals! Not one team fits into one program. Off site services offered within an hour or so of Churchville, MD and can discuss farther locations. 

📲 Contact Hailee at (443) 987-0427 for learn more about me and our rates! 

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Churchville, MD 21028
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1 Review


  • Molly Koski

    Hailee is amazing! She caters to each horse and riders needs and goals. Hailee gets to know the horse and rider team and knows that not every team is the same. She is amazing at shows - encouraging a laid back atmosphere. Hailee truly wants you to succeed with your equine partner and will help you reach your goals!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I like starting from the ground up. My first priority of always for both rider and horse to gain respect of each other. There's a big difference between respect and your horse being scared of you. We discuss your goals with your equine partner and how we're  going to get there in a fashion both parties enjoy. It should be an enjoyable process for everyone involved!

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I work full time as a vet tech, but have had many equine jobs along the way! I've been riding for majority of my life and training/breaking out horses for people. I've finally decided I'm in the right spot in my life to take on lessons students and cannot wait to take some people under my wing!

What types of students have you worked with?

Anywhere from young children to select adults. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure you find the right trainer that suites your goals! You should have similar mindsets. They should put your horses well-being first. 

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