ABOUT

Margaux Tucker

AQHA Professional Horsewoman

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Margaux Tucker, owner-operator and head trainer at GauxPro Performance Horses has years of riding & training experience, being raised by a professional horse trainer herself. Through her AQHA Youth Career she achieved many milestones! 

Her talent and love of teaching allow her to assist in the development of her young students in such a way that they not only gain confidence as riders but as individuals.

But whether you are a strong dressage enthusiast, wanting to improve your flat skills, or just someone wanting to get back into riding she loves to teach everyone!

 

 " I cannot remember a time when I wasn't around horses, it's my life's passion.  I grew up in Indiana, the daughter of a professional horse trainer.  We crossed the United States showing in AQHA and other shows. I was fortunate to learn from some of the greatest in the industry. Jim Garner was the first trainer to explain to my parents I was ready to "go for it".  Through working with trainers such as Brad and Valerie Kearns, Jason and Jessica Gilliam, Tommy Sheets and Geno Spagnola I was able to reach goals I had set for myself at a very early age.

Through my AQHA Youth Career I was able to achieve such milestones as: AQHA Youth Championship, 3 time Res Congress champion and multiple top tens, AQHYA World show Res Champion and multiple top tens, as well as AQHYA Honor Roll Champion youth equitation and top tens in several other events.

With those successes I was given the opportunity, and scholarship, to compete on the Oklahoma State University Equestrian Team. By my senior year, I was humbly honored to ride the schools equine mascot, Bullet!" -Margaux

Margaux's Professional Resume

 

(2010-2013)

High Point Performance Horses in Pilot Point, Texas.

   Barn Manager/Showmanship and Equitation Trainer.

   Coached Multiple World Champions and Top Tens.

   Coached Multiple Congress Champions and Top 10 Placers.

(2013-2014)

Assistant Trainer at Brett Clark Quarter Horses Horace in North Dakota .

Coached Congress Champions and Multiple World Show Top Ten Placers.

(2014-2017)

GauxPro Performance Horses opened for business in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

   Owner/Head trainer.

   Coached Level 1 Champion and All Around 14-18 Champion.

   Coached Multiple Congress Top Tens and Finalists.

   Coached Multiple OQHA State Year-End Award Winners and All-Around Winners.

   Coached Multiple Youth World Qualifiers.

(2017-2018)

2017-AQHA Congress- Coached Top 5's & Top 10's.

2018-AQHA Level 1 Central Championship- Coached Multiple Reserve Champions & Top 10 Finishers.

April 2018- GauxPro Performance Horses moves to Joplin, Missouri & establishes Business at Current Location.

(2019-2020)

AQHA Level 1 Championship, AQHYA World Championships, NSBA World Championships, AQHA Congress, Color Breed Congress-Coach of Multiple All-Around High Points, World & Reserve World Champions. Top 10 Placers & Finalists.

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Dylan Foreman

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Dylan grew up in South Eastern, New Mexico on a Large Ranch making a living on horse back!  Building Rope & Using Horses for over 25 years, he has earned his reputation as a knowledgeable all-around cowboy and skilled horseman. In addition to using horses, Dylan has experience working with Wagon Teams & Pack Strings.

Before joining Margaux at GauxPro Performance Horses, Dylan worked on several Ranches (Tesquisquite Ranch: 1997-1999) & Feed Yard Wheat Pasture Operations (Bar G Feed Yard: 1999-2001) & more.  

Today, Dylan is a huge part of GauxPro Performance Horses & it's riders success! He puts in long hours every single day to make sure that everything is running as it should! He also trains & sells his own horses. 

Videos & Articles

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Inside OSU: Equine Program

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We Ask the Industry: What Are Your Most Comfortable Cowboy Boots?

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Follow My Lead: Five Helpful Tips for Ponying a Horse – with Ted Turner, Dewey Smith, and Margaux Tucker

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Here Comes Bullet

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We Ask The Industry: What’s Your Favorite Horse Show Snack?