Bill Warren and Bill McMullin were introduced to each other through a mutual friend and dressage judge, Janet Black. They quickly discovered the harmony in their relationship extended into their training and teaching philosophies, and they began to build a business, rapidly attracting a following of loyal enthusiastic clients.
“Everybody rides for different reasons, and have different goals.” explained McMullin. “We learn what those reasons and goals are and work together with our clients to have happy horses and a happy barn.”
Both Warren and McMullin are certified USDF instructors and active judges going through the USDF tough judge’s training program. They built their clientele giving clinics, mostly in the New England area.
For the past seven years they have spent the winter months at a lovely tropical farm in Loxahatchee owned by Robin Walenius. There they have 14 horses in training, some of their own, some are students, and some they ride for various owners.
But they don’t leave their students who must stay north in the lurch. Once a month they return to New England to do a clinic and keep their clients going. When Cameron decided to develop a property near her work at the world renowned Lahey Clinic, it was Warren/McMullin she turned to for input. Now they will be able to return to a brand new state of the art facility built and developed by their client and friend Donna Cameron.