Horse loving gals, who are passionate about the joy horses bring to the hearts of young and old alike. We throw fun filled classy parties with our fancy miniature ponies, burros and riding ponies, and boy do we know how to throw a party!
Shelley was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska for 25 years of her life. It was there that she discovered her love for horses as a teenager. She began showing and competing in horse shows up until the age of 18. Shelley married her high school sweetheart, Tim and soon became a mom of three. Tim and Shelley decided to move their family to Scottsdale, Arizona in 1995. Tim decided to get Shelley an Arabian horse for her 40th birthday knowing this passion was dormant in her life for so many years. Shelley quickly jumped back in and started competing in Arabian horse shows with her daughter around the U.S. including Nationals. Shelley now lives on a property where she is able to keep her horses and care for them every day, including numerous of babies she has bred herself. She looks forward to sharing her passion and love for horses with her grand-babies. She truly is living her dream and couldn’t imagine spending her days any other way!
Tammi grew up on the back of an Arabian horse. Her father, Bob Leonetti, was president of the Iowa Arabian Horse Association, and the family showed nearly every weekend throughout the Midwest. Tammi’s love for horses grew as she trained all the way through high school and college (where she got a degree in criminal correction). Tammi moved to Kansas City and opened a very successful training barn for the next five years. She spent a couple of years assisting a well-known Arabian trainer in Oklahoma. Missouri called her back for the next 14 years. Splitting her time between Kirksville and KC, she and her clients garnered national titles in many different divisions within the Arabian communities. Tammi coached the Truman State University Equestrian Team and instructed students on three levels of horsemanship for 2 years. Sunny Scottsdale Arizona beckoned her talents in 2002 and she spent the next 10 years successfully assisting a nationally recognized trainer, where she helped to win many national championships. In 2007, a longtime family friend asked Tammi to train her World Class miniature horses. One of which led to a Reserve World Championship. This began her love for minis!
Tammi recently teamed up with her good friend, Shelley Lee and is busy helping Shelley bring Jubliee Pony Parties to life!
Cindy was born loving horses! She was fortunate to have grown up with them. Her first horse was a pony named Pop-Tart. She later showed the family’s Hackney pony in roadster classes at the A-Z horse shows. But little girls grow up and she eventually moved to California to pursue a career in the medical field and later, in retail specializing in children’s photography. in 2002 she bought her first American Saddlebred mare. She was hooked! She attended all the local horse shows and volunteered to help out when she could. When a local show barn asked her to come work for them as a riding instructor and assistant trainer, she could not say no. Today, Cindy and her husband, Ron, and their two children enjoy their three horses, four dogs, two cats, and two guinea pigs!
MacKenzie is 25 year old and has grown up with horses for 17 years with her mother, Shelley Lee. Her father bought her mother a horse for her 40 birthday and spending time at the barn with her mom quickly turned into a passion of her own. Very shortly, she was taking riding lessons and spending her afternoons after school and weekends at the barn - as us horse people like to say, she became a “barn rat”. MacKenzie’s father quickly learned that, “horses are like chocolates, you can’t just have one”. She received a purebred Arabian horse of her own named BeyLee and started to compete in Arabian horse shows in 7th grade up until her senior year of high school. Her mom, Aunt Kristi and her spent many memorable weeks traveling to horse shows together from Canada to Illinois to New Mexico. After graduating from high school she attended college in California and unfortunately, horses were put aside for awhile. She returned to Arizona and met her amazing and loving husband at church while interning there. She spent 3 years working at the church when she made a decision to leave her job. She is now working with her mom at Jubilee as the Party Coordinator. She feels blessed and fortunate to share her love for horses with her mom with a barn full of horses, miniature horses and even miniature donkeys at her mom’s horse property. They find such joy and fulfillment being able to share their love for horses with others and like them, seeing other’s hearts become full through the interaction.