Mary Miller-Jordan resides at High Cotton Horse Farm with her husband Mike Jordan and daughter Filleigh Kay. Over her 32 years she has trained in many different disciplines. From barrel racing, to western pleasure, from hunter/jumpers, to dressage, from Walking Horses to Mustangs – Mary’s goal has always been to listen to the horse first and try to help that horse reach his/her full potential in whatever discipline that may lead to. For Mary the Reward is truly in the Relationship.
In 2010 Mary became involved in Extreme Mustang Makeovers and has made the finals on every Mustang she has shown. She was Reserve Champion at the 2012 Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover with a totally ‘Tack-less” (bridle-less and bareback) performance.
Mary and her first Mustang, Lindsay’s Faith won the title of “America’s Favorite Trail Horse” in 2011 – This was a televised competition similar to “American Idol” but for horse and rider teams! Mary currently travels to teach clinics and perform tack-less and liberty demonstrations with her unique team of Mustangs.
Mary is passionate about helmet acceptance in all disciplines and she ALWAYS wears a helmet.
Mary and Silver Lining, 2012 Reserve Champion SEMM. YES the Cowboy hat IS a helmet! Photo: Dana Patterson