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Findlay Oh, 45840

Meri Sheffler is a reining horse trainer and works with non-pro reining riders.  She is located at the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio. 

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Welcome to Meri Sheffler Performance Horses

Meri Sheffler is a title winning reining trainer out of Findlay Ohio. 

Meri Sheffler is a reining horse trainer and an instructor at the University of Findlay. She has won multiple American Quarter Horse Congress titles in reining, along with futurity, and derby titles. She is an active member in the National Reining Horse Association. She enjoys training non-pro horses, riders, as well as showing professionally, and selling reining horses. 

Client Testimonials

When you click with a person, and the two of you can work together on a plan, then thats when you have success. Meri understood my thinking and said “alright, here is how we do it.” You have the added benefit of her being an instructor. She teaches all day and understands how to help others learn.

She is a great trainer, and these are great facilities. I like the people. The other non-pros and I all have a great time. Everyone just wants a good run in reining. I know when I pull in, it is going to be a good time.
— Mark Robinson
Being a part of the Sheffler team has been extremely rewarding for me both as a rider and on a personal level. Meri has a work ethic that has earned her the highest amount of respect from both her customers and her vast network of professional horsewoman. She has a great eye for young horses, and is gifted at training them to personally fit her clients abilities. Perhaps her greatest talent is her ability to prepare a horse according to its riders strengths and weaknesses. I trust Meri whole heartedly, and that gives me a lot of confidence walking into the show pen. I believe that confidence is really important in horse showing, and can only be obtained through trust, experience and preparation, all things that are present in Meri’s barn.
— Sarah Christen