WITH THE SUPPORT OF AMAZING FAMILY AND FRIENDS, JORDAN AND KACY MARYOTT, MARRIED THEIR LOVE FOR HORSES AND SKILLS FOR BUILDING WITH THEIR DEDICATION AND HARD WORK TO BRING THEIR DREAMS OF OWNING THEIR OWN HORSE FARM TO LIFE.
HAVING BEEN BOARDERS THEMSELVES AT ALL TYPES OF FACILITIES, THEY STRIVED TO BUILD A FACILITY THAT COMBINED THE AMENITIES TO TRAIN AND SHOW WITH A RELAXED ATMOSPHERE TO BENEFIT BOTH HORSE AND RIDER. PASSION AND AMBITION DRIVE THEM TO CONTINUE BUILDING AND IMPROVING THEIR BUSINESS SO THAT YOU CAN
It all began when a daddy promised his little girl a horse when he retired from the Navy, unbeknownst to him, that it was one promise she wouldn't let him forget.
Jordan is orginially from Spokane, WA and grew up in a railroad family. He later joined them at BNSF as a train dispatcher after his training in the USMC Reserves as a C-130 mechanic.
When Kacy and her family moved to Texas in 1996, It wasn't long until she began training with the eccentic horse master Danny Bell who trained horses for entertainment companies like Disney back in the 60's. In his unique program, only a handful of students trained every day for a few hours perfecting their skills in classical dressage, jumpers, saddle seat, Roman riding, liberty, in-hand and trick training.
In February 1997, the day after her dad retired from the Navy, they bought her a 2 year old Eqyptian Arabin named Prince; the trick pony who taught her so much and continues to teach other beginners at Starline still to this day.
Kacy has a very diverse background, working with a variety of breeds and diciplines gained from various working-student positions in Texas and Virgina. While in Virginia, she also attended Virgina Intermont College as a Equine Science major to ride on their multi-national champion IHSA and IDA equestrian teams.
After college, she came back to Texas and put her education to good use working for The American Paint Horse Association in Special Events handling sponsor fulfillment, World Show venders and entertainment while building her facility and growing her family with her husband Jordan.
After moving to Texas, he bought his first horse, Ginger. Jordan and his brother James mostly just enjoyed riding their horses out in the country and debating whose horse was better. He also joined the highschool Rodeo team riding bareback broncs and worked for his shop teacher building metal barns and shops.
Even though Jordan and Kacy went to the same highschool (and even rode the same bus), it wasn't until they both moved back to Texas to begin their careers that they re-connected through a mutual friend and began building thier facility.
Jordan worked tirelessly building everything mostly by himself from building the barn, welding together stalls, pipe fencing, the round pen and our enormous indoor arena while working full time on the night-shift and helping raise their son Mason, who was born in March 2008.
Mason enjoys showing
off his awesome 'battle skills' and playing Mine Craft. He contributes to the family business by entertaining our boarders' and students' kids while they indulge in their horsey addiction. If their lucky, he sometimes helps feed and water horses too.