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Sandy Sessink Joins Peeper Ranch


Dawn and Brad Fire, who own and manage Peeper Ranch in Lenexa, KS have announced that Sandy Sessink has joined the Peeper Team as Trainer/Instructor. Sessink is a well-known and respected professional in the equine industry and comes to this position with excellent qualifications. Originally from Michigan, she operated Old Orchard Farm, a successful Morgan training facility. When she closed Old Orchard Farm, she worked with Keith Nelsen Stables in Oregon before coming to Peeper Ranch in November 2005.

Sandy Sessink will join Phil Fountain as trainer as well as instruct show riders. She will also supervise the lesson program which is operated by William Woods University graduate Julie Kidrowski.

Sessink is very active in the UPHA and serves as chairman of the Morgan professionals in that organization. She has been a speaker at many conventions of the American Morgan Horse Association. On several occasions she has taught at the AMHA/USEF judges’ schools. She has also served as chairman of the USEF Saddle Seat Equitation Committee. She continues to serve on that committee. The Morgan Grand National show in Oklahoma City, OK, has called on Sessink to judge three times and the American Royal Horse Show in Kansas City, MO has had her judge the Saddle Seat Equitation Finals on five occasions.


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