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Ethan Willey

Ethan was raised in Northern Vermont on a small farm and has been riding since he was 4 years old.  As a young teenager, he started 2 year olds, sold horses and gave lessons.  He left home at 18 to pursue his dream of training and showing reining horses. He found his first job in Oklahoma as assistant trainer at the Loomis Ranch.  He also worked with several successful trainers and million-dollar riders such as Brian Bell and Duane Latimer. 


Ethan is a great team player and enjoys his position as assistant trainer with Tremblay Performance Horses. He participates in managing the barn, training the 2 year olds and showing.  He loves this team so much, that three years ago, he married Angie, another team member.


Ethan also enjoys restoring old guns, long range shooting, working out at the gym, spending time with his wife and  cooking for friends and family. 


"You either wake up with work to do, a passion to pursue, or a goal to reach. Which one you choose does not affect what you do, but how you do it!”  - Ethan Willey

Angie Clavel Willey

Angie was raised in Quebec, Canada. Her dad was a farrier and horse trainer and her mom rode horses also. Angie’s passion for horses grew stronger as she got older. She started to work with race horses by cleaning stalls and tack. She developed a responsible attitude by started to train and care for the horses. 

Angie has learned a lot with the Tremblay team.  She takes care of all the horses.  She is  extremely dedicated and loves her job.


Outside of work Angie enjoys hiking with her dog, reading a good book and going to the gym.  She has recently started competing in Ninja Warriors Tournaments.

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Nate Burchell

Nate Burchell was born and raised in Northern British Columbia, Canada. His passion for horses began at a young age when he started volunteering at a local non-profit equine association. From there his love for horses grew. He rode in his first reining clinic and instantly fell in love with the precision and technical methods that reining requires. With his family’s support he bought his first reining horse and connected with NRHA professionals Shawna Sapergia and Locke Duce where he successfully competed as both a non-pro and youth rider throughout Canada and the U.S. Nate took an assistant trainer position with Sapergia Performance Horses in Madden, Alberta where he was able to learn a variety of aspects of training futurity, derby, aged horses, as well as starting two year olds. Nate’s dedication and work ethic to continually improve himself led him to make the long trip south where he joined up with Tremblay Performance Horses to further pursue a career in the reining industry.

Many will say Nate lives in a barn, most of the time you will find him there ensuring the horses are happy and healthy, however, outside of horses Nate enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as staying active at the gym and getting out for the occasional hike and alpine ski trips.

”Champions don’t become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months and years they spend preparing for it.  The victory itself is merely the demonstration of their Champion Character”

Professional Team Members


  • Ben Gouin

  • Johnson Equine Services



  • Lane Easter, DMV

  • Tyler Troop, DMV

  • Shem Oliver, DMV



  • Josh Keith



  • Carolyn Simancik

  • Veronika Slamova

  • Amy Stoney



  • Stoney's Web Design

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