BTH Equestrians is owned and operated by Brittany Massey out of the picturesque private 56-acre facility, Opportunity Acres, owned by Michelle Wenell. BTH offers a unique approach to the traditional sport horse program as it incorporates all facets of horsemanship including but not limited to ground work, round pen work, extensive trail work and riding outside of the arena over natural fences as well as classical flatwork and jumping. The facility offers another facet to our training as it is home to a program for young adults with autism and a high school for students with autism. This provides the horses with a bustling environment and exposure to sounds, sights and interactions that a horse often won’t encounter until they attend a horse show. This environment and diversity of training produces horses interested in their jobs, well-schooled for their discipline and tolerant of new and distracting sights and sounds. The BTH program strives to teach each and every rider to work with their horses and develop and bond of trust and mutual support; the horses understand their riders and the riders are respectful of their horses. This mutual respect helps keep horse and rider teams together and happy for many years as they move up the ranks depending on the horse’s ability and the rider’s goals. To learn more about Brittany & the BTH team, please visit www.bthequestrians.com.