Stacey is fairly new to Colorado, having moved here with her family, two dogs, and three horses when her husband was stationed at Ft. Carson. Although they are originally from Kentucky, they have lived in many states during her husband’s military career and have fallen in love with Colorado.
Stacey has volunteered with therapeutic riding and equine assisted psychotherapy programs for the last several years. As a result, she’s been both lucky and honored to work with and learn from veterans, children, many other equine professionals, and, of course, a variety of very special horses. In the past, she has worked as a victim advocate and a crisis responder in both a hospital and a safe house for families aﬀected by domestic violence.
Stacey received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky in 1987 and earned her PATH International certiﬁcation as an Equine Specialist in
Mental Health and Learning in 2019.