Pierre Loiselle / Riding Instructor in Hemlock, Michigan

PAL Stables is your year round equestrian boarding and training facility, offering a safe,friendly and enjoyable environment for families and individuals to interact with horses. Please visit our web site www.palstables.com where you have direct access to our facebook.Pierre has been training and showing morgan horses for over thirty nine years. Receiving local,regional,national and world championships across every division including performance,equitation and in hand. For the past thirty years he has judged almost every major morgan horse show in the country. Twice judging the Grand National and World Championship Morgan Horse Show in Oklahoma City.


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