Meagan Hengst is a Michigan based Horse Trainer who has spent her entire life around horses, riding before she could walk. She trained her first horse at the age of 12, a Paint mare named Zippin In the San that was born and raised here at Fieldstone Farm.
Since then, she has become one of the most reputable trainers here in Western Michigan.
Over the years, Meagan has taught many students from beginner to advanced, and travels throughout the states to host clinics, or help clients one on one.
Meagan's passion lies in breeding, raising, and creating the highest caliber Barrel Horses to compete in the industry. Though this is her passion, she has clients in numerous disciplines, such as Colt Starting, Problem Horses, Reining, Jumping and Dressage. Meagan thrives off of seeing horses and students grow and progress together, and her gentle approach attracts clients from all disciplines.
She has become well known for creating a relationship with her horses to produce extremely supple, well-mannered, and responsive horses that are capable of many disciplines. Her method is based on getting a horse fundamentally well broke, and once we have accomplished this, a horse can go on to be successful in any direction.
Two of Meagan's favorite quotes:
"Respond, not React",
"Helping the Human to better understand the Horse."