Brooke Jorden Sweat

“Horsemanship is not a skill or a technique to be learned and then applied.
Horsemanship is a way of living…  a way of being…  a way of existing… 
and when you find your balance, your soul will be fulfilled.”   -Brooke Sweat

 

Barn Manager and Event Coordinator at Sage Creek Equestrian

Contact Information:
brooke.sagecreek@gmail.com
435-671-3211

Events:

  • Winter Festival Show 1- 2- 3
  • Women’s Equestrian & Yoga Retreat
  • Utah Dressage Society Winter Symposium
  • Sage Creek I- II- III- IV
  • Black-Hicks Clinics
  • Impact of the Horse: Two Worlds – One Event

“I feel unbelievably blessed for the opportunity to work with Jim & Donnette Hicks.
For the knowledge they freely share with me and the fulfillment it brings to my heart, in both my horse AND personal life experiences.”      -Brooke Sweat

 

Brooke was raised in the Horse/Ranching Community in Southern Utah, where her Grandfather continues to raise cattle today.

She participated in the Utah State 4-H Horse Program as a Youth Competitor and later as a Group Leader/Instructor.
She was the only Youth Competitor to earn 100% on all her written tests at the Local, Regional & State levels during her competitive years in 4-H.
She gratefully credits her success in 4-H and her continued desire & drive for equine education to her Youth 4-H Leaders: Lewis & Marsha Fuller of St. George, Utah.

She participated in the Dixie Lion’s Round-Up Rodeo Royalty.

She competed in the Utah High School Rodeo Association in Barrels, Poles, Goat Tying, Breakaway Roping and was blessed with the gift of honoring our Service Men & Women by performing Our National Anthem each weekend for the “Dixie Six”; a three weekend/six day High School Rodeo Competition in St. George, Utah.

Brooke had the pleasure of competing alongside her Dad, Mom, Brother & Friends in a variety of events for the Utah State Western Riding Clubs Association:

    • Drill & Parade
    • Western Pleasure & Western Pleasure Pairs
    • Team Penning
    • Hide Race
    • Pony Express Race
    • Potato Race
    • Trailer Race
    • Water Race
    • Keyhole Race: Individual & Team
    • Barrel Racing: Individual & Team
    • Pole Bending Race: Individual & Team: Where her team placed first at the District, Regional & State Competitions for two years consecutively and she’s proud to be able to share those titles with one of her siblings.

She has also shown horses for the American Paint Horse Association with her Mom, Brother & eldest Daughter.

Currently, Brooke resides in Heber City, Utah with her Husband & 5 Children.
Together they raise sheep, dogs, cats, chickens, one very darling pot-bellied mini pig and of course, HORSES! LOTS OF HORSES!!!

Her eldest Daughter has held the title of 1st Attendant to the Princess for the Mountain Valley Stampede Rodeo Royalty and She, along with her Sister, have participated in the Wasatch County 4-H Horse Program.
Another one of Brooke’s children has been extremely blessed by  The Impact of the Horse: Two Worlds – One Event.
The two Youngest Girls love to ride every chance they get and ALL 5 are looking forward to the Equine Education they will receive from becoming apart of the Sage Creek Family.

 

 

“Simply saying ‘Thank You’ will never express the amount of gratitude I hold for my Mother.
For without her love, support, example, tireless efforts & endless sacrifices for myself, my horses, my equipment, my education & training, my perfectly stitched show & queening clothes, and putting her own needs & passion of riding on the shelf to be my #1 Fan & constant sideline coach; Non of my Horse Dreams would have come true.
Love You Mom!”    -Brooke Sweat