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All Seasons Horse Riding
All Seasons Horse Riding
ASHR is dedicated to bringing the enjoyment of horses and riding to riders of all ages and levels of experience. From the beginner who has never ridden to the advanced riders looking to polish their skills, ASHR has a program to suit your goals and desires. We have 2 locations in Alamo and Pleasanton where we provide very clean stables for boarding and treat every horse as an individual by providing clean grounds that are meant to set the tone for a pleasant experience. Call us to schedule an appointment today!
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My name is Payton Veach I am 20 years old. I have been riding horses since I was 5 years old. I help run the barn alongside my mom Julie. I help with day to day planning, scheduling, and a go-to when Julie is unavailable. I grew up with my mom always talking about the joy and passion horses had brought her and I wanted to feel what she had always instilled in me. Although she grew up as a hunter jumper she helped me develop my love for western riding. As I grew up I began to feel as if I was growing out of riding horses. I then began playing other sports, focusing on school and working. However, I always felt there was something missing. I felt lost in who I was and wanted to be. Until I started riding again. At first I was just helping tune horses, and then I slowly started taking lessons again to brush up on my skills. I then decided I wanted to take on the responsibility of taking care of a horse. This is what brought me to Leonard. Leonard is a 16 year old retired cowboy horse who is now a part of the lesson program. Leonard has helped me develop more compassion for not only myself, but for him and the way of the western lifestyle. I found that it is all I think about and all I want to do. I found so much hidden passion within the art of the horse as well as the responsibility to care for someone other than myself. Riding horses has changed my life in ways I could not put into words. I can’t thank my mom, Leonard and All Seasons Horse Riding for this opportunity.
Breanna Gallagher is a certified instructor/trainer who works with students of all ages and levels of experience to develop and strengthen their understanding and practice of horsemanship, both on the ground as well as in the saddle. Breanna believes that horsemanship is a universal language between horse and rider, and she is passionate about sharing this “language” with each of her students.
Breanna has built her experience as an instructor/ trainer through working with and learning from a wide variety of clinics, riding programs, and trainers. Some of the riding programs include: Star Riders of Monterey - a nonprofit therapeutic riding program, Valley View Ranch Equine Rescue in King City - a wild mustang rescue and rehabilitation program, and the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center. Breanna has also dedicated herself to Clinton Anderson training methods and mentorships with horse trainers such as Wylene Wilson- Davis (“Extreme Wylene”).
Fun Fact: Breanna spent 2 years working with All Seasons Horse Riding in its infancy as a program, starting in 2015. She is returning to us after spending the past 2 years in a corporate world career as a multi-brand manager with Decathlon USA, which included their equestrian brand.
Breanna holds a business degree from California State University Monterey Bay, a CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) Certification for instructing and training, and a certification in Reiki therapy- which extends to animals as well as people.
Rachel Kozak is an instructor for All Seasons Horse Riding to help teach children and adults how to ride and care for horses. Rachel knows the companionship and responsibility that horseback riding teaches you. Rachel has competed in reigning cow horse competitions across the United States. She placed top 20 in the AQHA youth worlds and top 5 at the Reno Snaffle bit. Along with those accomplishments Rachel has ridden and owned horses her entire life.
Haylie Sparks is an instructor with All Seasons Horse Riding dedicated to teaching students of all ages and experience levels what it takes to care for and ride a horse. Haylie believes horses teach us valuable lessons in responsibility, hard-work and patience.
Haylie has been riding horses since she was a toddler when her neighbors would take her to ride their horse “Cowboy”. From the moment Haylie was in the saddle she knew horses would forever be in her life and she loves sharing the “horse world” with anyone that is interested. Haylie started taking lessons when she was 7 years old, eventually started helping with lessons and leasing a horse. As Haylie learned more she became more involved with teaching lessons, guiding trail rides and training young horses.