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Announcing the Opening of Scott Stables


Greg Scott is looking forward to showing park pleasure prospect Sultan’s Tropical Storm this season.

Greg Scott is pleased to announce the opening of Scott Stables in Montrose, MN. Following in his father’s footsteps, Scott is excited about bringing young colts back to Minnesota. Scott worked for his father, Tom Scott for many years behind the scenes, helping start such horses as CH My Pepper Ann, CH Victoria Lynn, Indigo Joe, Linkin Park, CH Ms. Betty Grable, Bella Diva, CH Pierre Cardin, CH Real Action and CH My Wonder.

CH Ms. Betty Grable, formerly Callaway’s My Special Someone with Tom Scott up winning their first time out at the 2005 Madison Spring Classic and finishing the season undefeated.

Scott is very passionate about the horse business, having been in it all his life. He puts the horses’ health and safety first. One of his father’s former clients recalls that he used to take care of Callaway’s My Special Someone (CH Ms. Betty Grable) when thunderstorms rolled in. Scott believes in bonding with the horses first, taking the time to build their trust in him. He makes sure new horses in the barn are acclimated to the new environment. Meticulous like his father, Scott doesn’t miss a detail and wants to focus on young prospects for showing and sales.

Besides learning and working under his father at Tom Scott Stables most of his life, he spent time working at Mitch Clark Stables in Kentucky and under Nealia McCracken, both breaking colts and at Saddlebred Rescue, Inc. His most recent show ring appearance was during Tanbark last June where he won the Novice Five-Gaited class with Cloverleaf Freedom Writer while working as assistant trainer at Louw Stables. In addition to starting young prospects, Scott Stables will be taking in training horses, providing equitation instruction and lessons from the beginner through advanced riders. He is excited to be back in Minnesota and looking forward to the 2015 show season.


Bella Diva, another great horse that Greg Scott helped break while working under his father Tom Scott, was shown by Kris Naros.

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