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Hub and Megan Corbett like to think they are a perfect complement of horsemanship. Hub is a cowboy who loves to team rope, start colts, and train any just about anything with four legs. Megan is an eventer who loves to compete and sell off the track Thoroughbreds. Together, they use the best of both English and Western training techniques to encourage each horse and student toward their highest potential.
Hub has been starting horses since he was a young boy in Georgia. He also rode bulls and bucking horses into his 20's. His attention later turned to team roping, where he successfully competed as a heeler in Australia and Tennessee. Hub has taught people about horsemanship for years in camp and lesson barn environments. After riding countless horses and teaching countless students, his love for learning still continues. Hub's calm, assertive and kind spirit make him a trusted trainer, husband and friend.
As a child in California, Megan was a founding member of the Pacific Ridge Pony Club. She leased horses through high school and later, while attending college at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, worked at a small Dutch Warmblood breeding farm. In 2004, she moved to Tennessee and found a job working at a lesson barn where she taught lessons and rode young horses. It was at this barn she met Hub, who was the current Western riding instructor and colt starter. They fell in love in a sandy arena while sharing their hearts on horseback. The couple was married in October of 2006. To further her equine education, in 2008 Megan spent time at Meadow Run Farm in Florence, AL as a working student for international event riders Jim Graham and David Adamo. Megan then trained with event rider Amy Wise of Columbia, TN. In 2010, Megan joined Hub as a full time horse trainer.
Hub is now emplyoed by Gabe Reynolds Cutting horses based at Rocky Fork Feeders and Arena in Shelbyville, KY. The couple made the move to Kentucky in January and are loving the bluegrass state. Hub is enjoying learning the ins and outs of training a successful cutting horse and having the opportunity to enter the show arena! Megan is competing her own OTTBs and training with WEG silver medalist, Dorothy Crowell. She is also pursuing buying and selling off the track thoroughbreds which has been a dream of hers for years.