Support Team

Independent people combining their talents with the efforts of others to achieve great success.


It may be OK for a trapeze artist to work without a net, however at Landmark farms we have an experienced team in place to avoid that type of risk. We understand the need for a support team--your own "safety net" of trusted individuals you can count on to advise you, teach you and assist you so that you don't fall.

It has been observed that no one reaches a high level of success with out the help of others. At Landmark farms we are very fortunate to have a well-rounded field of experts that make up our support team.

Beadle Lake Equine Performance

Beadle Lake Equine Performance is based out of Battle Creek, MI and is comprised of four veterinarians, assistants and office staff. They provide everything from routine care to advanced diagnostic and treatment services on the farm or in their clinic. All of their doctors are certified in chiropractic and/or acupuncture. They offer lameness exams, digital radiographs and ultrasound as well as shockwave, PRP, IRAP, Stem Cells, Equipulse magnetic therapy and laser therapy. They provide veteranary care for Landmark Farms clients during business hours and are always available for emergencies after hours.

Beadle Lake Equine Performance works closely with Landmark Farms to help keep your horses in top shape, whether it is through routine maintenance or helping them get back to work after an injury.

Beadle Lake Equine Performance

FreeMotion Equine Massage

Tanya Marsh is a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist and the owner of FreeMotion Equine Massage in South West Michigan. She has been in business for over 10 years and had developed her own H.O.M.E. Sessions to help the horse owner better understand their equine partner through sports massage. She offers clinics and demonstrations.

She teaches at Andrews University as an Adjunct Professor, presenting “Intro to Equine Sports Massage” to students in the Pre-Vet and Animal Science department. Over the years she has developed what has come to be known as "MyoSport" is her own seamless development of traditional Sports Massage and Myofacia Release. She is a member of the IAAMB and is endorsed by Beadle Lake Equine Performance.

Master Farrier Rich Davidson

Master Farrier Rich Davidson started his carrier shoeing the family horses in Lapaz Indiana back in 1979. Shortly after graduating from the Michigan school of Horseshoeing in 1984 he opened his business in Centerville Mi. and began shoeing racehorses in the neighboring states of Illinois and Indiana. In 1994 Rich became a member of the American Farriers Association where he says, “education was a priority” and received through rigorous testing the title of Certified Farrier with in a year and his Journeyman title the following year. Competition is not foreign to Rich and he has won numerous forging and live shoeing contests in Michigan and Indiana.

Rich Davidson has always felt strongly that continuing his education is the key to success and throughout the years has attended many private clinics with some of the industries best including Bob Marshall and Roy Bloom. He stays current with the newest technologies and products by attending additional seminars and clinics around the country. Rich continues to work with several veterinary clinics and individual vets on a regular basis with pathological and remedial shoeing cases.

Equine Services at Michigan State University

At MSU, large animal care is their expertise. They specialize in cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic care for the treatment of medical and surgical issues in horses as well as other large animals. In addition to three state-of-the-art surgical suites and an MRI, the large animal team, with the support of an array of complementary specialist services, offers scintigraphy, arthroscopy, endoscopy, ultrasound, and many more. Their Emergency and Critical Care Service provides urgent/emergency care services 24/7/365.

The Emergency and Critical Care Service is run by teams of board-certified veterinary emergency and critical care specialists. Their dedicated teams include clinicians, residents, interns, licensed veterinary technicians and staff, who deliver the highest possible standard of compassionate veterinary care to your horse. Theywork collaboratively with veterinarians who serve Landmark Farms to make sure your animal gets the best care possible.

Equine Services at MSU


Getting Started

Landmark Farms offers a comprehensive program for both horse and rider. We have many training options available. We are able to handle all of your needs whether you would like to improve your position or are aiming for high level FEI competition.
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Dressage Training

The key to our success has been finding out how the horse prefers to work, and what makes them happiest. This involves getting them comfortable in their training and, equally important, their mind and body. If your horse is comfortable and happy, they will not only work for you but with you. (Read more).

Wellness and Therapy

Landmark farms offers the greater equine community of horse owners and trainers a unique level of service, that until recently, was unavailable locally.

From high performance equine athletes to back yard pets, we are here to service your needs. Whether your horse requires therapy, rehabilitation, pain management or fitness, our professional and coordinated approach to equine sports medicine will restore your horse to its maximum potential. (Read more).

 
 


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269.388.3416

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7903 E. "N" Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49048
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