Grant Krohn spent years working for some of the top trainers in the industry. During a six-month internship with Andy Sellman, industry-leading Halter Trainer and Owner of Argent Farms in Wisconsin, Grant absorbed every bit of technique and wisdom he could. Working closely with Andy during his apprenticeship, Grant is grateful for the time he had there, developing his trade.
Grant then took a position in North Carolina with Rob Bick and Caralyn Schroter at RBC Show Horses and worked for them for five years. Rob and Caralyn gave Grant the opportunity to learn a wide variety of riding disciplines to compliment his halter skills. It was a great experience to work for another industry-leading performance training barn, allowing him to learn new techniques for his toolbox.
Fulfilling his dream of coming home to the family farm to establish Krohn Show Horses in 2018, Grant is overwhelmed with the support from his clients, the talented horses he is able to work with, and the bright future ahead.
Born and raised in Temecula, California Kelsey Krohn spent most of her days at Green Acres Ranch where Margaret Rich and Katherine Rich-Elzig took her under their wing at a young age. There she was able to gain the all-around fundamentals of training horses that began her love and passion for the Arabian breed. From running a lesson program for a couple of years to becoming Katherine’s Assistant Trainer in 2013, Kelsey could never get enough. So to further Kelsey’s desire to train Arabian horses, she went on to work for Stachowski Farms in San Marcos, where she learned how to manage an exceptionally large training program. During her tenure at Stachowski Farms, Kelsey gained more knowledge in the hunter and saddle seat division.
In 2019, she took an opportunity to move to Iowa and work for hall-of-fame western pleasure Trainer, Jody Strand. Jody is a wealth of knowledge and took the time to engrain his tips and tricks into Kelsey, making her the trainer she is today.