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Hi!  My name is Sheila Martin & I'd like to welcome you to my business webpage!  It's my passion to bring people of all ages together to enjoy & learn about horses!  It's my hope that through this new business that I can offer many services to fit the needs of children & adults of various abilities!  I have recently completed all 5 phases of training requirements to become a Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor through PATH, Intl. & I'm very excited to fulfill the business name of Triple H Ranch - Hope & Healing Through Horses.  So here's a bit about me:
  • Started riding at 6 years old on hunter jumpers
  • As a youth, I showed quarter horses & arabians in open, 4-H & arabian horse shows. I won many state titles in showing & 4-H equine educational events.
  • I have shown western, hunter, saddleseat, driving & even sidesaddle
  • Competed at Canadian & U.S. Arabian National Championship Shows
  • Competed on an intercollegiate equestrian team at Ball State University
  • Bachelor of Science in business management with entrepreneurship
  • Rock County 4-H Horseless Horse Superintendent, county committee member & club leader
  • Employed at Milton School District as a Library & Media Aide at MMS
  • American Heart Assoc. First Aid & CPR certified
  • Special Education  & Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Certified
  • Parent volunteer for many kid activities including 4-H, Boy Scouts, soccer, swim, dance, competition cheer, poms & show choir
  • Faith Community Church Angel Tree Coordinator
  • PATH, Int. (Professional Assoc of Therapeutic Horsemanship) Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor



My family is very important to me!  I have been married for 26 years & have 4 children, 2 of whom are involved with horses, riding since they were tiny! They have shown arabians, quarter horses, ponies & minis in all 3 seats of riding.  We also LOVE to trail ride! 

Danielle is currently a student at UW River Falls majoring in Animal Science with equine emphasis.  She is in the Racehorse Retraining program and then will participate in the Colt Breaking program.  Danielle has had a successful training & showing career with several state & regional titles with her horse & in equine educational events.  She has been a 4-H Horseless Horse mentor for 5 years & given lessons to numerous kids as well as had a show string of students that trained for & competed in horse shows for the first time.  She is a patient, dedicated & encouraging coach!  

Chloe graduated high school & will be attending college in the fall of 2023.  She is currently a 4-H member & Horseless Horse mentor.  Chloe has had a successful show career starting with a palomino & her pinto pony.  She then rode & showed a quarter horse, 2 minis and a welsh pony but is best known for her partnership with her bay Arabian gelding Batman!  She & Batman have won state 4-H titles in showmanship, huntseat, western & saddleseat & were the Wisconsin State 4-H All Around Reserve Champions 2 years in a row.   Chloe has enjoyed teaching her mentored student & helping her advance to & compete at the state show as well!  


"It's All Grandma's Fault!"  lol

My mom had a horse on her farm in Naperville, IL when she grew up.  She owned what I now know was a Moroccan Spotted Saddle Horse - a black & white pinto type named Moonbeam.  She always wanted to be in a horse show but her parents thought it was ridiculous to take a farm horse in a show.  So one time, she dressed up & rode her horse 5 miles to the show.  Her parents didn't come & see her but her friend Arla did!  When my mom started working she wanted to buy a new western saddle from Sears & Roebuck.  Her mom was against the idea but her dad told her that it's her money & she should go buy the saddle!  When my mom got married, her dad sold Moonbeam and gave her the cash.  My mom was always a horse lover!  So when my sister & I were old enough we started taking lessons, then we got our first horse!  My dad, who never even had a dog growing up, learned to care for, handle & saddle up the horses and he even went in a few classes!  I'll always be thankful to my parents for fostering this lifetime love of horses & the discipline, dedication & intuition it takes to care for horses every day, all year round.  In fact, when things go wrong with the horses we sigh and say "it's all Grandma's fault!" and laugh! I cherish the memories that I have with them and the memories of my girls calling Grandma & Grandpa after a horse show to share with them about how they did in their classes that day.  They are both gone now but all of us cherish the love & support that they lavished on our family.  When my mom could not come to horse shows, we would bring the horse show to her!  She loved seeing the girls in their show outfits and looking at all their ribbons!  She would ask about each ribbon and when the girls told her what class it was she would say "oh yes, I know that class", sometimes she got it right, sometimes she was confused with other 4-H events but the point was that she was interested to know about their activities & lavished the praise & encouragement upon them!  The girls knew that they always shared a love of horse with their grandma!

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