Amy Prechter has a lifelong history of horses and has made horses a part of her everyday life, education and career. In her youth, Amy grew up showing and competing on
Morgan Horses. Her parents Edward and Beverly Prechter created Cedar Ridge Morgans with the belief that dreams really can come true. Together they fulfilled a lifelong
dream of enhancing and promoting the heritage of the first American bred horse, and the dreams of a man called Justin Morgan. Through the years and until Beverly's passing
in 2002, Edward’s passing in 2021 they instilled this lifelong passion of horses in her. In 2010, Amy developed her very own equestrian operation that she named Cedar
Ridge Equine, as she wanted to include a variety of horses in her program, particularly Quarter horses. At this facility, Amy trains horses, instructs riding lessons and
summer camps/clinics to all ages, levels and disciplines of riders and most recently has developed a breeding program with plans on breeding sane, athletic and conformationally
correct Quarter horses. Even though she changed the name, the philosophy at Cedar Ridge Equine will forever remain the same.
Always remember that it is okay to dream, that's what we did and look what happened. Come visit us and we'll show you all the things that dreams are made of and then we will help you make yours a reality.