Mary Ann Brewer Changing Lives, One Relationship at a Time



I Love making a difference every day, creating well adjusted, calm and happy horses and people who spend time in their company.

My own 27 year journey to this place took time and trial and error and I have so many ways to help people and horses skip over these painful and sometimes heart breaking experiences.

What excites me most is Working inside of principles instead of rules creating opportunity for free flowing improvisation, fun and even art inside of graceful relationships with these being that our dreams are made of!

Every horse and human combination are unique and that is what I love! Supporting every relationship to become harmonious and graceful, their special version of living and moving art.

When women feel safe and have fun with their horses, they eat better, exercise more, communicate with their families and at work in more harmonious ways, contribute to society, consciously and with grace and become willing and able to feel powerful!

Thinking outside of the rules to find the answer, you’ll become good at feel and timing and an ability to elicit a Yes from horses

In our first session, after a few minutes of watching us do a little groundwork, she said, “Take off his halter.” I thought she was nuts but did it anyway. Wow! What a world she opened up to me. Everything I thought I knew was taken away, yet I began having open communication with Jack in a way I had only dreamed off. It was a pivotal point for both of us.
I have since attended almost all of Mary Ann’s clinics and have her out to the barn when I am stuck or need of direction. I cannot recommend Mary Ann highly enough, especially if you are open to exploring a new way of thinking about your relationship with your horse.

Marcy Johanssen Volker


Prior to working with Mary Ann my horse was very worried and insecure. When something scared him, he would take off in a very dramatic fashion…blowing, head high, etc. He would even spook at his own farts! When we tried to train him under saddle, he bucked me off as well as another trainer. Today… 2 years later, he is a different horse and I am a different horseman.

Shari Kantor

Physical Therapist Assistant

Horsemanship does not come naturally to me but Mary Ann never makes me feel that i can not learn. She knows that I fear falling and getting hurt as I had a prior nasty spill when Jake bolted. She always manages to find a variety of ways to boost my confidence. She never rushes me. Mary Ann has been my trainer for about 2 years now. Yes, we now get Jake loaded into his trailer without a fuss. Jake and I have attended multiple clinics at her farm. I can now enjoy my horse instead of fear him. Mary Ann is constantly growing her horsemanship skills which she generously shares with me. Mary Ann also recommended an excellent farrier and now Jake’s feet are trimmed correctly, which has greatly contributed to our progress. Mary Ann is not just a great trainer. She is also a wonderful, gentle spirit. I feel so fortunate to have her enrich Jake’s and my life.

Elaine Lange

Nurse Practitioner