Holly began in the Becky Brown School of Horsemanship riding program at the age of 7 and continued riding with Becky until graduation from high school.  She began competing at 12.  At the age of 16, Becky and Holly traveled to Ireland and Holly purchased her new competition horse that she rode through Intermediate Eventing level.

After graduating from college, Holly worked outside the horse industry while teaching part time.  In June of 2016 she decided to be a full time riding instructor and joined Becky's team.  She is currently pursuing her instructor certification and has earned the USDF Bronze medal.

Holly enjoys starting the very youngest students.  With her quiet manner and safety oriented lessons, the children get the best possible beginning.  With Holly's high level of riding experience she also shares her wealth of knowledge when teaching the more advanced children and adults.

Becky Brown School of Horsemanship

Becky Brown School of Horsemanship prides itself on the quality of instructors. Instructors are available for the very youngest riders and beginning juniors and adults to the most accomplished riders. We believe each rider whether for recreation or competition deserves a lesson of the highest quality and safety.

 All instructors are certified. School horses for all levels available.

Becky Brown

Bethany began her career with horses as a student of Becky’s when she was 11.  She trained exclusively with Becky through high school and then became a working student before going to England in 2007 to study for her instructor exams. Bethany will usually be the first person new students meet. Bethany is in charge of evaluation lessons, teaches young riders, beginning and intermediate adults, and develops the upcoming event riders. Bethany is also an active competitor and coach for the eventing team under the direction of Rebecca Brown and RBRiding.

Bethany Quine

Becky Brown was first certified by the British Horse Society in 1973. Since then she has become certified in all the major associations in the United States. She is past president of the Dallas Dressage Club, Therapeutic Riding of Texas, and is chair of the United States Eventing Association Youth Membership Developing Committee. She has earned her Bronze & Silver  Medals with the United States Dressage Association and is currently competing at Prix St George. She has taught thousands of students in her 40 years as an instructor many competing nationally and internationally. Other students have gone on to work in the horse industry as instructors and veterinarians.

Holly Perkins

Certified Instructor:
United States Eventing Association
American Riding Instructor Association
British Horse Society

Certified Instructor:
United States Eventing Association
United States Dressage Association
United States Hunter Jumper Association
British Horse Society


L Graduate w/ Distinction

Bronze & Silver Medalist

President Dallas Dressage Club

Recipient of:
USEA Cornerstone Teaching Award
USDF Region 9 Excellence in Teaching Award