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Three horses from our herd eating eating from a hay bale.

It takes a dedicated team to help ensure the continuing success of Medicine Horse. These individuals continue to offer their time and energy to help take Medicine Horse to the next level.


Danikah (Dani) Baker

Barn Manager

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Barn Manager

My name is Danikah Baker. I started pursuing my passion for horses and the equine industry at 10 years old. Living in the suburbs, I had minimal access to barns, but I have an amazing support system through my parents, who helped me get involved when I was young. I was always taught riding and working with horses is a privilege, not a right. Being homeschooled K-12, I was able to adjust my schedule in order to spend as much time outside as possible, doing what I love. Through high school I spent my time training, and riding through Chatfield Park. 

To continue my education and pursue a career in the equine industry, I attended Northeastern Junior College, and graduated with my Associate’s degree in Equine Management in 2021. During my time at school, I was a part of the NJC Ranch Horse Team. I was also showing a reining horse during my second year of college. My Equine Management degree included colt starting, equine science, feeding, health, and many other things. Once my schooling was completed I went on to fulfill an internship at a training barn, and have been working in the industry since.

 I am certified in Equine Training, and have started and/or finished a large number of horses. I am currently the Barn Manager for Medicine Horse in Longmont. I have been blessed abundantly with the animals I have come in contact with in my years of doing this. I am extremely thankful to own a 9 year old, thoroughbred, mare, “Luna”. I live on-site at Medicine Horse to provide the animals with the best care possible. I have a deep passion for horses and people, and want to help everyone grow and achieve their goals. My priority is establishing the teamwork and communication between human and horse, to produce a happy and healthy environment for everyone.

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