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About Carousel O Breeds
Carousel O Breeds, LLC is a full-service boarding, training, breeding, and lesson facility. We have been in business for 30 years. We are eager to assist you in achieving your goals.
As owner of Carousel O Breeds, I would like to personally welcome you as a new friend. I love greeting new clients, because it allows me the opportunity to describe Carousel O Breeds’ philosophy. Our 30 years of success are due to this philosophy, which includes helping our clients meet and exceed their goals.
We at Carousel O Breeds give 110% to all our clients. Anything less is not good enough. This means that on every lesson we give you more than you expect and pay for. By consistently going the extra mile, we have created a successful atmosphere that works and all the kids love. In this same manner, we hope to earn your confidence and continued business.
Community Involvement and Honors:
Member of AQHA Professional Horsemen, Shelby County 4-H Volunteer Leader of the Shelby County 4-H Horse Club, REIN Graduate, United States Dressage Association member, Birmingham Dressage and Combined Training Association member, Secretary of the Shelby County Horse Network, Alabama High School Rodeo Association member, Alabama Horse Council member, Birmingham Dressage and Combined Training Association’s Volunteer of the Year 2014.
Ms. Libby, you are the top of the love pole. ~ Hunter Moates
“Heels down, toes up!”
“Thumbs to the moon!”
“Like riding a bicycle; you gotta peddle.”
“Like milking the titties on a mouse.”
“Suck your tummy in.”
“Talk to your horse. Carry on a conversation like with your best friend.”
“The horse follows your nose.”
“Snap your head.”
“You move slower than my grandma.”
“Very important to walk your horse ten minutes before every ride.”
“Splint boots and bell boots every ride.”
“I’m gonna tickle you.”
“Hand to hip.”
“You get an A+.”
“Walk to the dumpster and back, then tighten your saddle.”
“Pat your helmet… it’s magic.”
“Wiggle your ponytail.”
“Other left. Other right.”
“Become one with the horse.”
“Carry a rock in your right pocket all week to remember your right from your left.”
“Bounce the rein.”
“Horses resist pressure.”
“Outside leg for canter.”
“Remember outside and inside, it’s like an egg. The shell is the outside, and the yolk is the inside.”