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About the Sisters 
Amanda Lane is a Certified Horse Trainer of the Minnesota Horse Training Academy in Mora, Minnesota, "The Only School of its Kind" completing this in October 2008. visit

In March 2009 she was hired as a trainer at Woodlands Pony Farms, a well known hunter-jumper pony breeding farm in Virginia. There she started and rode, on average, 10 ponies a day, ranging from yearlings to five and six year olds. Amanda worked there for about three months until moving back to Wisconsin.

In summer of 2009 Amanda started training for the public and began her own training and lesson business, where she has gained experience working with all sorts of horses and disciplines.
Amanda has competed in several Horse Training Competitions a around the country such as Food4OurHorses, Extreme Mustang Makeover, Mustang Magic, Mustang Million and the American Horsewoman's Challenge. She has placed in the top 10 finals in several of the events winning several thousand dollars.  

In 2014 Amanda was accepted to compete in the first ever American Horsewoman’s Challenge in Oklahoma placing 7th overall among the top woman horse trainers in the country. The competition focused on Liberty, Cowboy Dressage, and Extreme Cowboy Race.

Amanda and her mustang Pioneer competed in the 2016 WDAA (Western Dressage Association of America) World Show. They placed in the top 10 for Level 1 

2014 was when Amanda got involved in North American Western Dressage (NAWD) which has put a new purpose and foundation she applies to all of her training. 
Amanda believes you can always learn when it comes to horses so she is constantly looking to continue her knowledge and experience to up her game. She enjoys participating in clinics and local shows with her client horses and is now a Professional Member of North American Western Dressage, has earned her Intro and Basic Level Training Star and has recently become a North American Western Dressage Licensed Judge.

Michaela Lane has always had a passion for horses and riding, and loves sharing that passion with her students. She began riding at a young age and when she was twelve, she started taking riding lessons at hunter/jumper farm, Pine Ridge Equestrian Center in Eagle River, WI, where she rode and competed for six years. After graduating high school, she joined her sister and they began running the business together, with Michaela taking over the lesson program and helping Amanda with her training clients. Since then she has competed in the 2013 Mustang Million and the 2014 American Horsewoman’s Challenge. She is now also is a Professional Member of North American Western Dressage and has earned her Intro Level Coaching Star.

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