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Miller Pine Meadows is home to Northern Lightness Dressage Therapy. We focus on re-training, peak fitness, rehabilitation and hoof trimming for your horse. This modern scientific approach of re-training, utilizes in-hand and riding. Owner participation and learning is encouraged!

Princeton's Story 

Born with the Jockey Club registered name, Helluva Choice, he began his racing career in California in 2016 as a two-year-old. He won some races then retired from the track and ended up at a Thoroughbred adoption program. He was adopted by an eventer from Montana and competed until he began bolting and acting up.
He was diagnosed with Kissing Spines in 2021 and then made his way across the American/Canadian to Leduc Alberta. He has been fondly renamed Princeton here at Miller Pine Meadows when he arrived here in the summer of 2021. He has come a long way and is a proud case study success story that demonstrates the benefits of understanding biotensegrity and how to apply it in the training ring. We build muscle mass essential for providing the horses skeleton with the support and stability needed to prevent the intermittent touching of the dorsal spines. We let the horses healthy bodies and ease of movement provide a testament to the motion therapy that heals with Northern Lightness. 

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