About Us

About Holland Brook Sporthorses

Holland Brook Sporthorses has been breeding and producing Sport horses and ponies for more than a decade.
Holland Brook Sporthorses breeds and raises horses and ponies for dressage, hunter/jumpers and eventing. Young horses are raised and prepared for successful under saddle careers utilizing the Young Horse Show Series, USDF Dressage and sport horse breeding, and USEF/USHJA Hunter breeding programs.

Awards and National Rankings

2015 USEF/USHJA Pony Hunter Leading Breeder of the Year 18th Place
2015 USEF/USHJA Pony Hunter Leading Owner of the Year 22nd Place
2016 USDF Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Breeder of The Year 16th Place
2017 USDF Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Breeder of The Year 16th Place
-/*/- ISR Oldenburg Registry of North America Star Award Breeder for Mare/Stallion Production

Award Certificates

Holland Brook Sporthorses is owned by Kristin DeLuca. Kristin been riding horses for over 30 years. She has competed as a young rider in Hunters, Equitation, and Dressage, as well as showing Morgans, Arabians, and Andalusians. Kristin has worked as a small and large animal veterinary technician, a veterinary sales representative, and a saddle fitter for Beval saddlery and Butet saddles. Currently Kristin works in the Neurology Department at Yale.

Animal Rehabilitation Background:

Kristin DeLuca, T.P.M., C.C.R.P. became a practitioner of Equine and Canine Physical Rehabilitation in 1996. Kristin has completed the Equimyo Certification for Equine and Canine Trigger Point Myotherapy, The University of Tennessee and Northeast Seminars Certificate Program in Canine Rehabilitation, and participated in Maximum Horsepower’s Equine and Canine Postural Rehabilitation program. Kristin has been a guest lecturer at the Tufts University Veterinary chiropractic module. In addition, Kristin has extensively studied sports massage and myofascial release in horses and dogs, and human massage therapy. Kristin has worked as a large and small animal veterinariany technician, specializing in the field of post surgery and injury rehabilitation. Using such modalities as myotherapy, myofascial release, hydrotherapy, magnetic therapy, laser, regenerative medicine such as shockwave and Platelet Rich Plasma, and other physical therapy modalities for her animal rehabilitation programs. Working closely with veterinarians, she incorporates these therapies in evaluating, developing, and carrying out treatments for muscle injuries.