About us


Mark Martin grew up near Selkirk, Manitoba, in a family that is heavily involved in horses. His parents, Ingrid and Gerhard Martin, own Brookview Farm where they breed Warmbloods. Mark grew up riding in the Manitoba Pony Club, and the local 4-H Club. When the Martins' began breeding sport horses, Mark also developed a passion for starting and developing young horses.  Mark approaches his training with a philosophy of patience and consistency that encourages horses to be happy in their work and reach their full potential.

Mark does all of the farrier work on Mesa farm horses, and has recently expanded his farrier work to take on clients off the farm.






Jayme Harvey-Micay also grew up in Manitoba, and began riding in Winnipeg as a teenager. Her passion for horses continued through university at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, SK. Jayme's veterinary career took her first to Swan River, MB, then to Orange County, California to work in an equine practice. Through all these travels she continued to ride, taking her horse Riley and her dog Rosco on the road. 

Jayme and Riley trained with Ginnie Bryant of Equites Riding Club in Orange County for 3 years. Jayme now practices at Nobleton Veterinary Clinic in Nobleton, ON, and has limited her horse practice to equine dentistry. In doing so, this allows her time to ride and and to work on making Mesa Farm into the horse farm that Mark and she have envisioned.   

Mesa Farm, 506402 Hwy 89, RR#4, Shelburne, Ontario, L0N 1S8

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