Kelcie's is a family-run, owned and operated business
Kelcie’s is a family-run, owner-operated equestrian feed supplier with deep roots in the show jumping world. We hold numerous equestrian achievements, including a gold medal at the Olympic Games. Through Kelcie’s, we now strive to share our decades of experience in the caring of our four-legged friends by being a high-quality equestrian feed supplier across the US. Starting out with our flagship product, Kelcie’s Pumpkin Spice Horse Treats, which we believe is one of the healthiest, natural horse treats that you can buy. We will soon be expanding into other equestrian products so make sure you follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Since the inception of Kelcie’s, we have been distributing our Pumpkin Spice Horse Treats to horse barns for extensive testing. So far, not a single horse has turned them down. And, we are confident that yours won’t either!
Who Our Products Are For
Every horse we meet loves Kelcie’s Pumpkin Spice Horse Treats. From youngsters to golden oldies, your family equine friend to competitive show jumpers and every horse in between. If you care about your horses as much as we do, then you’ll want to give them the best, natural horse treats you can buy, which is why we recommend you try Kelcie’s as your equestrian feed supplier.
We promise to use only the freshest, locally sourced, natural products as your equestrian feed supplier. Our horses are family and they deserve only the very best horse treats, which is why we will never add preservatives, artificial colors, or unhealthy ingredients to Kelcie’s Horse Treats.
Laura Kraut represented the United States at the Olympic Games in 2008, winning a gold medal in Beijing. Kraut was a member of the gold medal WEG team at Tryon in 2018. Her resume also includes numerous World Cup Finals and several Nation’s Cups teams. Kraut is highly ranked on the All-Time Money list for career earnings with more than 100 Grand Prix wins.
Kraut is a member of the US showjumping team. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience and is an extremely well-respected coach, training juniors, amateurs and prospective show jumpers to the highest level of global competition. Find out more about Laura.
Nick Skelton is a world-renowned showjumper with over 38 years of experience, including winning thousands of classes and hundreds of Grand Prix events. He holds the British equestrian high jump record and has competed in six Olympic games. Skelton won team Olympic gold in London 2012 and the individual gold in Rio 2016. Nick was also runner up in the UK’s 2016 Sports Personality of the Year.
Tom McCutcheon is one of the Reining industry’s leading riders with a long list of accolades to his name including NRBC Open Championship, two National Reining Horse Association Derby Reserve Championships, the Tradition Open Futurity, the SWRHA Open Futurity, to name but a few. In 2010, Tom rode the phenomenal stallion Gunners Special Nite, owned by Turnabout Farm, to win 2 gold medals at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky, winning an Individual Gold as well as being part of the Gold Medal Winning Team USA. Tom joined the squad that represented the USA at the 2014 World Equestrian Games, this time alongside his wife, Mandy, and in 2016, he was NRBC Open Reserve Champion.
Tom and Mandy own and run Tom McCutcheon Reigning Horses, Inc., in Aubrey, Texas. It’s one of the premier reining training, breeding and rehabilitation facilities in the US, and together with the team regularly wins top honors in Open and Non-Pro competition. Mandy, as well as their son, Cade and daughter Carlee, are also highly accomplished, and well-respected equestrians.
Alyssa Phillips is an emerging young rider from Fort Worth, Texas. At the young age of 14, Alyssa represented Area V at the 2011 North American Junior Young Rider Championships, winning both Individual and Team Gold that year. Phillips went on to represent Area V three more times at the NAJYRC and contributed to two Team Golds and a Team Silver. Since then, she and her long-time partner Bliss III have had great success at the Advanced/4* level. Read more about Alyssa.
She is currently training under the watchful eye of 5* International Event Rider Jennie Brannigan and has been selected to take part in the 2020 USEF Eventing 25 Emerging Athlete Program.
Robyn Fisher is an international three-day eventer, dressage rider and highly experienced coach and trainer. She began riding at the age of five and has spent time in France training with French Olympian Jacques Dulcy, competing all over Europe. Robyn has achieved success at an international level with the best in the world. In 2019 she achieved her USDF bronze medal with Hurricane as her partner.
She is now based at R Farms in Moorpark California. She is a certified dressage judge and in addition to competing, her incredible teaching ability makes her a top choice for many riders.
Sabine Schut-Kery, a 2020 Tokyo Olympic Team Silver Medalist, is an elite dressage rider and trainer who competes internationally and also delights audiences with extraordinary equestrian exhibitions. Early in her career, her portfolio of diverse horsemanship was evident as Sabine earned her silver medal in driving, which requires driving a four-in-hand.
Sabine operates her boutique dressage training business out of Thousand Oaks, California. Her program prioritizes quality over quantity so that equine partners and clients thrive with her focused attention, and dedicated training to adapt to their individual needs.
Sydney Collier was part of the 2016 Paralympian United States Para Dressage Team. Sydney was awarded the 2014 FEI Against All Odds Award as well as the 2014 Junior Equestrian Of The Year for pursuing her passion of Paradressage.
Shortly after she began riding, Sydney had a routine vision screening that changed her life in ways she could not have imagined. Within weeks she was diagnosed with the rare Wyburn-Mason Syndrome, a life threatening condition that causes arteries and veins to grow together causing vascular malformations (AVMs) inside your brain. Despite this setback, she entered a rehabilitation center and was determined to get out of her wheelchair and return to the sport of riding.