January 2018 | Marshall Sport Horses Specializes in Babies
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Marshall Sport Horses Specializes in Babies

January 2018

Are you a new horse owner? Do you have a horse that could use a tune up? A baby pointed toward in-hand breed shows? Brian Ohnmeiss, owner of Marshall Sport Horses, could be just the ticket.

Brian has been training professionally since 2009. The majority of his clients are breeders and owners with baby horses that either need backed for the first time or trained for in-hand breed shows and then shown.

Working out of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and neighboring areas, Brian trains all his babies with the initial foundation of dressage. As each horse is different, training is adapted accordingly. Brian uses long lining for balance, strength and starting horses and is available to teach long lining clinics. All his horses long line once a week.

Brian shows horses in-hand and under saddle in dressage, eventing, cross country and endurance. He has three horses he will be showing in dressage in 2018, one eventer and will be traveling to breed shows in Raleigh, NC, New York, New Jersey and Devon.

I take my time, Brian said. I get to know each horse individually. They are all different and all take special attention. I treat each horse as my own. Im professional, honest and open.

Brian also travels to clients. I understand the pressures of life and that not everyone has the time and money to bring their horse to me, he said. Ive always been willing to go the extra mile, sometimes literally.

This is my passion. Ive gone to school for other things, but this is what drives me. Im excited every day to see my babies. A bad ride on a horse is always better than any other day without a horse.

Phone Brian Ohnmeiss at (717) 454-5729, email him at brianohnmeiss@gmail.com or visit the Marshall Sport Horses Facebook page.