Raymond Moses

Ray Moses, Assistant Trainer at Shine-A-Bit Farm, has had a lifelong interest in horses. Growing up on a horse farm gave him exposure to many different breeds and types, including Appaloosas, Saddlebreds and Quarter Horses. He had an opportunity to meet and work with Chuck Grant while Billie Joe Freckles, an Appaloosa stallion belonging to his mother, was at Shine-A-Bit Farm for training in the 1970's.
Ray Moses winner of the high point trophy,
1998 Michigan State University Block and Bridle show.
MHC Reba McEntire, owned by Karen Weasel, Techumseh, MI.
After graduating from Michigan State University, and completing graduate studies at South Dakota State University, Ray came home to Michigan to pursue a career training horses. Ray competes Nationally in dressage as well as other equestrian disciplines which gives him a diversified background to work with horses and riders from all division, whether for pleasure or show. Ray also performs exhibitions at expos, horse shows, and charitable functions. Ray is available for lessons and clinics.

Ray Moses riding Shine-A-Bit Tracer during a high
percentage freestyle competition at Mason, MI 1998.
During the 1998 Show season Ray and
Tracer compiled many national awards at 4th level through Intermediate 1.

Ray Moses riding Beau Brummel, a thoroughbred owned by Jennifer Zielinski,
Bloomfield Hills, MI that Ray showed training through 4th level from 1992-1993

Ray performing a half pass on Wellington, a thoroughbred now owned by Julie Soltow.

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