24680 80 Ave,
5 min from the Fort & Thunderbird.
Head Instructor and Trainer
EC Competition Coach, CanTRA I, NCCP Level 3, ABA Intervener
DIP 'N RUN STABLES is privately and operated right here in Langley, British Columbia. Since our stable opened in 1992, we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best, and come with a personal touch. we really like it when our riders love to spend extra time with the horses they bond and work with.
MISSION STATEMENT : We are a riding school of high integrity and ethics. Our mission is to establish a thorough education and training of rider and horse, based on the ethical standards of coaching in Canada. To encourage our riders through strength, self-awareness, confidence and independence. To ensure that they continue with excellent equine communication skills for life.
Brinna began teaching for Hazelmere pony club in 1976. Achieving her 'B' pony club status and helping with the pony club exam process for other clubbers. She continues to teach, examine many upper level 'A' ,pony club candidates, and lease horses for them to be successful in their exams. . In 1991 Brinna obtained her Coach Level 1 Certification and has continued over the years to maintain and upgrade on these qualifications. In 1992 Brinna obtained her Canadian Therapeutic Riding Coach Certification and also keeps these qualifications currant. Brinna has coached riders of ALL levels and ages. Helping them with confidence, self-esteem and life skills as well as reaching their goals no matter the size. Brinna has coached many riders to National and International Levels with great success. She has had riders compete at the OLYMPICS, PAN-AM GAMES, WORLD GAMES, PARALYMPICS, WORLD GAMES FOR RIDERS WITH DISABILITIES, and many riders at high levels here in Canada as well as the USA. She provides a well rounded and completely enjoyable learning experience. She carefully pairs riders with horses based on needs, capabilities and personalities so that both horse and rider benefit fully. Her lessons and activities help to build partnerships between horse and rider. She encourages good sportmanship, fair play and considerate behaviour between all members of the Dip 'n Run Team, be it riders, horses, staff, volunteers, or family members. And she trys to always reward effort at all levels. Sometimes the best horsepeople are not necessarily the most talented but the ones that are dedicated to the learning process.
Committed to helping our riders and their horses achieve their dreams!