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 Cassie and Dan Sprenger of Complete Equestrian Company (CEC), welcome you!

CEC strives to offer horses
, their
 owners and horse enthusiasts a wide variety of opportunities.  We are dedicated to creating a complete team between horses and their riders.  Our main goal is to help novice to pro riders develop a better understanding and solid relationship with horses while practicing safe and
effective horse skills.

We specialize in starting, gaming and versatile horses.  We offer riding lessons, training, clinics trail rides and more.  All riding levels, breeds and disciplines are welcome at CEC.

We would be happy to meet you and see how we can help better your horse experiences!
 

 



 


Cassie Sprenger


Cassie is a very accomplished rider and has been teaching people how to ride for over 10 years.  She excels at providing her students with the tools to be confident, safe and effective riders.  Her low pressure teaching style ables her students to reach their riding goals in a timely manner and be proud of their accomplishments.  Cassie is always bettering her equine education to better herself and her students.

 

Would you like to see Cassie at your event or expo?

Here she is showing off her versatility as she was featured at Mn EquiFest


   


Some of Cassie's accomplishments



2008 GCSCA Gaming Champion
2009 MHARF Challenge Of The Unwanted Horse Reserve Champion
2009 MHARF Challenge of the Unwanted Horse Best Groomed
2009 MHARF Challenge of the Unwanted Horse Peoples Choice
2009 NCR EXCA EquiFest Horsemanship Challenge Reserve Champion
2010 MHARF Challenge of the Unwanted Horse Grand Champion
2010 GCSCA Gaming Champion
2011 GCSCA Gaming Champion
 2011 GCSCA Reserve Champion
2011 SRSC Gaming Champion
2011 SRSC Gaming Reserve Champion
2011 Clinician at Mn EquiFest
2012 Clinician at Mn EquiFest
2012 GCSCA Queen
2012 GCSCA Gaming Champion
2013 L1 Minnesota Mounted Shooters Year End Winner

Countless Daily Gaming High Point Awards at WSCA shows
Multiple SRSC High Point & Reserve High Point Awards for:
-Gaming
-Pleasure
-Versatility
-Training

Queen of SRSC (Saddlelite Riders Saddle Club) 2006, 2007 & 2009
Queen of GCSCA (Goodhue County Saddle Clubs Association) 2011 & 2012 (The only person to have ever held the GCSCA Queen crown 2 years in a row)
Named "Two Thumbs Up Instructor of the Year" by her students!

Cassie also writes training tips, community involvement and other articles for Horse N Around (Equine Monthly). 



 

 

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~CEC & SULLIVAN~GRAND CHAMPIONS~
2010 Mn Hooved Animal Rescue Fondations Trainers Challenge 
Check out the "Rescue Challenge" page for more info.

Sullivan was adopted by CEC's own Emily Carmicheal.  Sullie came back to CEC early March of 2011 and we loved having him!  Emily played with and trained Sullie multiple times per week.  Sullie & Emily (and Nelson) now reside at a new boarding facility and seem very happy!  We are happy for them.  We can't wait to get our next update.







FEATURED HORSE

KAJUUN FAYEK aka KAJ


Kajuun passed away late spring 2014 and is missed and loved everyday!
Kajuun was a wonderful and extremely patiant 32 yr old Arabian.  He has been a apart of CEC before CEC was born.  Cassie bought Kaj in '99 to help build her lesson program.  He did  more than that!  He became apart of the family.  After a few years he was purchased by Cassie's family for Cassie's younger sister.  Her sister went on to show show Kaj in games on occasion, building her confidence and letting Cassie use her for her program.  Kaj is defiantly one of those once in a lifetime horses, and you'll see that as soon as you meet him.

Love you Kaj Man!  You are the definition of why people have a passion for horses.



 

FEATURED EQUESTRIAN



Hannah Rousseau

Has been and continues to be a wonderful young rider.  She has been such a great help around the farm from assisting with chores, caring for wounded horses and helping with camps.  We have had so much fun getting to know Hannah and her family.  Watching her horsemanship grow, we can see a bright future ahead for her and her horse.