// In order to know where you’re going, you have to understand where you’ve been //
- 2001: Born and raised in Central Michigan, Jeremy got his start riding horses before he could walk. His mother and father purchased horses from auctions and trail ride, with his mother attending local open shows.
- 2003 : Jeremy discovers a love of showing and joins his parents at the shows, working under the guidance of trainers Christa Baldwin, Gord Wadds, and Mark Katafiasz, he attends the All-American Quarter Horse Congress for the first time and achieves Top 10 in Western Pleasure, only his 4th AQHA show ever.
- 2007: Jeremy goes to work for legendary horse trainer Troy Oakley, where he learns the techniques used by top trainers. Under Troy’s phenomenal guidance, Jeremy shows a horse named Gota Lota Rain to wins at the Reichert Celebration before returning to Michigan to share his newfound knowledge.
- 2008: Jeremy begins training Paint horses at a local barn and finds immediate success, teaming up with Luneack Show Horses and accumulates an impressive show record, with too many Circuit Championships to count in Western Pleasure, Hunter Under Saddle, Horsemanship, Showmanship, and Equitation.
- 2011: Returning to his family farm where he grew up, Jeremy begins training outside horses and achieves success at the Pinto World show and makes the jump to the Quarter Horse circuit.
- 2012: Jeremy prepares a gelding named “Potentialized” from being born on his family farm to multiple Finalist and ties for 4th place at the Congress in HUS events, as well as numerous circuit championships and top placings at the Region 4 AQHA show in Ohio.
- 2014: Moving to the west side of the state, Jeremy takes on training full-time instead of balancing school and horses, coaching several students to Circuit Championships as well as a Top 10 finish in Horsemanship with a girl’s first year loping at Congress.
- 2016: Jeremy trains his first Congress Champion in the NY13nU Showmanship in their second year together with a 4YO gelding named That Sudden Smile. They also make the finals in the Green Western Pleasure. Hes A Hot Flirt also makes the finals in the 2YO Hunter Under Saddle with it being the first time in 14 years Jeremy shows in a Hunt saddle
- 2017: Jeremy trains and prepares a double-registered horse named Certain Shes Krymsun to a 16th place finish in the Coughlin Open 2 Year Old class. Macey Blouw shows “Marli” to a Reserve Champion title in the Limited Open Non Pro 2 Year Old Sale Stakes class, as well as a 3rd place finish in the Open division. She also pilots a mare named Hilfiger Im Krymsun to a Finalist placing, in her first year ever showing at the Congress.