Maken’ Memories Equine Services Kelsey Trach has been in the horse world her entire life. She attended many events as a young child watching her older brother compete. She begged and begged for her parents to let her ride and at the age of 3 was finally allowed to enter her first lead line class, from there she has never looked back. Kelsey credits her early riding experience to her brother, Lee and Mother, Patricia. They nurtured her love for horses and with the support of her father helped her grow into the horsewoman she is today. Kelsey became a member of the Lloydminster Dusty Riders 4-H Club at the age of 10. She held many positions on excusive in her 11 years as a member. Attending countless clinics and seminars Kelsey began to see a world of opportunities that horses had to offer. She began showing in junior classes at the age of six moving up in each age division and then into the senior classes. At age 14 Kelsey started her first young horse and with the guidance of her mother turned him into an all round horse. Each summer Kelsey travels with one young horse maintaining her love for a challenge. Kelsey and her horses won many high point awards. Kelsey is most proud of her horse Holly, who was able to win both a Show Ring High Point as well as a Gymkhana High Point in the same weekend. In 2005, upon graduation of high school, Kelsey was named to the Lakeland College rodeo team where she helped Lakeland win 2 Intercoligent Rodeo titles. Kelsey competed in Barrel racing, Pole Bending, Roping and Goat Tying. Kelsey still actively trains and competes though out Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. She uses her knowledge from many riding instructors and brings it together to have her own style of training. Kelsey believes in letting the horse make the mistake and correcting it. She uses this method on both young and old horses, English or Western. Kelsey’s knowledge, patience and sense of humor allow her to judge many horse events. She is able to relay her messages to competetors and help when needed. Kelsey works, as a professional but is also able to make the best out of a bad situation. She can always been seen with a smile on her face at events. When not competing, coaching or judging Kelsey and her daughter, Leah, make their home outside of Hillmond Saskatchewan. Kelsey spends her time working with a Behavioural Program .Leah is busy learning in Play school, riding her horses and feeding her chickens. Both Kelsey and Leah enjoy being outside, animals, and working with horses.