- Partner & COO
Sweetgrass Equestrian Partner & COO
Tiffany Nanchin is from Sault Ste Marie, Ontario and with the support of her amazing parents and brother David, started on her horse journey at the age of 3 with her first pony Queenie. She instantly fell in love and never looked back. Always knowing she wanted to study and learn about horses and make their lives better.
Tiffany started formal lessons at age 10 with her horse Tiara and began working in show barns as well as keeping her own horses at home all through high school. After moving to Kitchener, Ontario at 18 with her AQHA gelding Solo, she was granted many incredible riding training and high quality management roles in a wide variety of disciplines, breeds and also led her into working with breeding operations, training and starting young horses as well as training stallions. She was chosen for a few hand picked apprenticeships with leading trainers where she gained enough experience and expertise to build a career professionally training horses and developing her own successful business doing commercial trailering and trailer training as well. This is how Tiffany and Jeff met and the 2 entrepreneurial minds support and encourage each other’s creativity for new business ventures.
Tiffany has previous experience in western vaquero traditions, classical dressage, roping, jumping and shares in Jeff’s passion with her mares Dolly and Rosebud for foxhunting. She believes good horsemanship is good horsemanship regardless of the discipline you’re riding however she has recently become a student of Science of Motion and she says that is a new realm of knowledge unlike anyhing else. Jeff gifted Tiffany her dream horse named Foreign Beauty (an imported German Hannovarian) as an engagement gift and Tiffany is extremely excited to develop her knowledge and skill with the help of Jean Luc Cornille with this young mare and the rest of their personal horses.
Tiffany oversees the operations of Sweetgrass Equestrian and is very selective of the hay her and Jeff provide for their own personal horses and clients horses and now with the business branded Canadian Hay Distributors they are making the hay they supply available to equines south of the boarder.