Owner / Instructor
Starting at the age of eight with her first pony stallion, Danielle Miller went on as a teenager working in several different facilities. Having studied and worked at the side of many different trainers, she has a wide spectrum of methods, theories, techniques and abilities she applies in the training of horse and riders. She specializes in Arabians, Paso Finos, Thoroughbred jumpers, Hanoverian Warmbloods, problem horses, and gaited horses. She also breaks, trains, and excercises race horses. Danielle Miller has shown 4H (Western, Hunt Seat, Jumping, and driving), the Paso Fino Circuit, the Arab Circuit, the Hunter Circuit, 3/Day Eventing, Gaming, and Dressage.
For two and a half years, Danielle Miller worked as the facilities manager at Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center. She branched out on her own teaching career, founding Moné Farms as a breeding, training, and riding facility, which continues today.
Working with children and adults, she teaches safe riding. Her instruction is clear and presented in a fun, consistent manner. Danielle Miller takes people from beginner to advanced; as far as they want to go.
Danielle Miller was the 4H leader for Moondust Equestrians for 16 years, and is still active in the development of the Snohomish County 4H program. The club started up again in 2010 and has achieved much success in its first year, earning many red and blue ribbons and sending members to state already.
Danielle has taught for the city of Redmond at Farrel-McWhirter Park and at the Horsemanship School located on Woodinville-Redmond Road. She also has coached the University of Washington Equestrian Team.