Mozaun was raised on a high desert ranch in central New Mexico that was 64,000 acres. Growing up cowboying was a way of life and Mozaun’s training approach is based on his years of experience in the arena and on the ranch. He is first and foremost a cowboy. Mozaun says it’s hard to remember when he wasn’t a horseback. At a early age he realized the importance of a good minded and well trained horse that could do everything. In an era of specialization, he remains committed to teaching multiple disciplines to each horse he trains. Mozaun has had much success in the horse show world and personally appreciates what it takes to go from good to best. Although he enjoys the show pen, his heart and roots are one of a cowboy. Mozaun has won seven American Quarter Horse Association World Championships in Ranch Versatility and Ranch Riding. Along with numerous wins in Ranch Horse Competitions at the San Antonio Stock Show and Fort Worth Stockshow, Quarter Horse Congress, and multiple World Championships in the American Paint Horse Association, American Appaloosa Horse Club, Stock Horse of Texas, Ranch Horse Association of America. Mozaun has also competed and won money in the National Reined Cow Horse Association, National Reining Horse Association, National Cutting Horse Association, United States Team Roping Association, VIP Team Roping Championships, World Series of Team Roping, and Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association and has conducted clinics all over the world.
Far different from Mozaun, Sarah grew up as a city kid from Missouri. Her love and passion for horses began at an early age. She started riding dressage and eventing horses at the local stable and got opportunities to train with top trainers. As long as she could be with horses, her life was complete. Having competed in several disciplines throughout her life, there is one constant, Sarah says any day you can be horseback is a good day. Sarah has fifteen Amateur and Open American Quarter Horse Association World Championships in Ranch Riding, Ranch Versatility, Team Penning and Ranch Sorting and multiple Amateur World Championships in the American Paint Horse Association, Stock Horse of Texas, United States Team Penning Association and Ranch Sorting National Championships. She has won the Fort Worth Stock Show Amateur Ranch Horse Competition, Quarter Horse Congress and has competed and won money in the National Cutting Horse Association and barrel racing.