Meet The Trainers

Meet the trainers at BC Stables! All of our trainers accept client horses for training, reach out to us to schedule a time to bring your horse!

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Tim Brock

Tim has been training for the public for 25 plus years. Throughout that time he has dedicated himself and his work to creating and strengthening the relationship between horse and rider. His teaching and training philosophy allows that relationship to be beneficial and comfortable for both horse and person. He has competed in colt starting competitions, mustang makeovers, the thoroughbred makeover, and endurance. He has been a clinician at many horse fairs as well as teaching several types of clinics each year here at BC Stables. He says he is most proud of the fact the his girls are pursuing their own path in the horse world. (Owner, head trainer)

Megan Overy

Megan has been training at BC for the past 7 years along the side of Tim Brock. Megan competed in the extreme mustang makeover four times, where she placed within the top 10 each time. She has also competed in the thoroughbred makeover where she placed 2nd in barrel racing and 5th in competitive trail and also competed in rodeo for 5 years. Since then she has shifted her dedication toward performance horsemanship in reining and showing. She has interned with professional reiners and is going to further her career with an emphasis in reining. (Trainer, social media manager)

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Brody Vaught

Brody has been riding horses for as long as he can remember and has been competing in team roping for the past 6 years in the IPRA, MRCA, URA, All Star Roping, USTRC and more. He has also competed at the International Finals of Youth Rodeo, All Star finals and USTRC finals. He has been working with and learning from Tim Brock for a year to expand his knowledge of horsemanship to further his rodeo career and team roping performance horses. (Trainer)

Nathan Bradley

Nathan has been riding horses since he can remember and furthered his passion with being involved in the University of Kentucky's equine research program. He then went on to be a guide in 2021 at a dude ranch in both Arizona and Wyoming. After guiding, Nathan joined our family in May 2021. He's been working at BC and is excited about furthering his knowledge and experience with horsemanship. (Trainer)

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