Meet the Horse Training & Management Faculty
Life experiences can radically change how we perceive ourselves and our lives; they can also enrich them. When teachers share their experience and bring skills to others, this enrichment becomes magnified. Lamar Community College Horse Training & Management students receive the benefit of learning from industry leaders.
Jason Kravig is an integral part of the Horse Training & Management program. Although he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Ag Business and Agronomy from Oklahoma Panhandle State University, he has been training horses professionally since he was in the fifth grade. After graduating from Karval High School (Karval, Colorado) he spent three years training cutting horses and rodeoing before choosing to earn his degree and returned to his craft after its completion.
During his years of training horses, he found opportunities to learn from world champion trainers, gaining insight for his own training techniques. Many leading trainers acted as mentors as he continued to gain experience and hone his methods. He sees lead instructor JJ Rydberg’s and his theories on training parallel, being alike in teaching LCC’s HTM students, but leaving room for continuous improvement in the program.
Jason continues to operate his own training business outside of Lamar, Colorado.
Breanna Grebin serves as the lead instructor for the Equine Business Management program.
She is a graduate of West Texas A&M University with expertise in Agribusiness Equine Industry. She has worked for Vector Marketing and the National Reining Horse Association. In Intercollegiate Horse Judging, she ranked in the top five individuals in all major competitions and won the reasons category at the AQHGA World Show in the senior college division.