Holloway's Pretty Good Horse Barn 

- Sports & Recreation 

in Bozeman, MT

Description: Jess and Meggan Holloway offer riding lessons for all levels, on-site training, and horse boarding. Holloway's Pretty Good Horse Barn has two indoor arenas, a large outdoor arena, round pen, 12-acre field with jumps, and miles of dirt roads to enjoy!
Additional Info: At Holloway’s, equestrians of all levels and disciplines become part of a warm and welcoming family. Whether you’re looking for full-service boarding, English or Western lessons, colt starting, or educational opportunities, you're welcome here.
Logo: Holloway's Pretty Good Horse Barn
Phone: 4065793351
Address: 770 McReynolds Road

Bozeman MT 59718
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Business Hours: 7am - 9pm Mon - Sat 7am - 5pm Sun
Website: https://www.hollowaysprettygoodhorsebarn.com/
Payment Types Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover
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Meggan Holloway
Meggan Holloway

A New England transplant (with no regrets), Meggan grew up taking English riding lessons, participating in Pony Club, eventing, and soaking up all the knowledge she could from her coaches and mentors. She went on to work as a Veterinary Technician in Vermont, California, and Montana. She also competed in eventing through the Preliminary Level, groomed for Canadian Olympic Team member Kelli (McMullen) Temple, and worked in the vet boxes for 3-Day events at Radnor, Morven Park, Woodside, and Ram Tap. Now, as an instructor and barn owner herself, Meggan combines her Veterinary Technician training, deep love for teaching, and obsession with horse care to keep all the PGHB horses (and their riders) happy and healthy!

Jess Holloway
Jess Holloway

Montana born and raised, Jess has made a career out of doing what he loves most—teaching horses and teaching people. His earlier years were dedicated to starting colts.He later took that colt starting experience to his alma mater, Montana State University, where he taught the Colt Starting Class for several years. Jess continues to take a limited number of colt starting clients, but his primary passion these days is teaching Western horsemanship and training reined cow horses and riders. As an instructor, he sets high expectations of horse and rider—but kindly supports the ups and downs of striving for constant improvement. If you want a deeper connection with your horse, someone to help you reach your goals, and a coach who has your back on good days and bad, you’ll love training with Jess.

Dr. Parrott
Dr. Parrott

Equine chiropractor