About Time to Shine Stables
Hey, my name is Tracie Adams, owner of Time to Shine Stables. I grew up in rural Arkansas on a farm and have been riding since I was 6 years old. My passion for horses runs deep and it has led me across the country competing at the highest levels in the United States. Training horses and people is my passion. I have been teaching for over 20 years and I thoroughly enjoy coaching all levels of equestrians. I started Time to Shine Stables in 2014 with a mission to share my love for horses and all animals with our community. Enjoying the connection people of all ages experience with all the animals at Time to Shine truly is what its all about. Nothing makes me happier.
Lakia, originally from Tampa, Florida had her first experience with horses at the age of 3 and was instantly head over heels in love. In her teen years she was able to being learning basic horsemanship and horse care. When she was 22 Lakia bought her first horse and has spent the last few years working at horse farms and expanding her knowledge. Lakia is now continuing her growth while working here at Time to Shine Stables as a barn assistant and as an event hostess. Her smile is contagious and her love for animals is undeniable as seen in her work ethic on the farm. Lakia's goal is to one day open her own business working with at risk youth and rescue horses.
Allen has been volunteering since Time to Shine Stables first opened in 2015. From fixing fence to building areas for the animals to play in and everything in betyween Allen is the go to handy man around the farm. He always has a smile on his face and is ready to help when needed. If you visit the farm very often you will be sure to see him working hard to keep the farm in good working order for all the animals and their owners.
Born and raised in South Florida, growing up Angela has always had a love and fascination with horses. Although she is a little bit never to the farm life, she has been doing her part and learning everyday what it means to have a relationship with the animals and how rewarding it can be. Shes been learning and working with horses for almost 2 years now with the help of friends and everyone here at Time to Shines Stables.
Kayla has had a passion for horses her whole life. She started riding lessons at 10 years old and has never looked back. Her first lessons were in the English discipline and learning how to jump. For her 13th birthday she got her first horse, learned the Western discipline, and then started competing in local barrel races. In 2017 Kayla started working and volunteering for Tracie, owner of Time to Shine Stables, as a barn assistant, event hostess, and summer camp counselor. There is no place she would rather be than at her "second home" Time to Shine Stables. You can catch her on any given day at the farm with a huge smile on her face and a helping hand.