Brie began riding when she was four years old in Charlottesville, Virginia, with her foundation in the local show hunter and 4H community. Her curiosity in the horse led her to work with three-day eventers, race horses, saddlebreds, and ranch horses, to name a few. While attending Virginia Tech, studying Agricultural Technology, Applied Agricultural Management with a focus on Equine, she spent three and a half months living and working on a cattle station in outback Queensland, Australia. After graduating from Virginia Tech, she spent several years living in Montana studying Vaquero Horsemanship and fell in love with the way ranch horses are raised outside and used for a job covering beautiful country.
Since returning to Virginia she has merged her english roots with her western working skills and continues to pursue the refinement of horsemanship. Brie's goals today are to produce amateur friendly horses with a well rounded foundation, that are confident as themselves and exposed to a variety of experiences, making them capable of safely taking you in any direction.
In September 2020, Brie married her gregarious husband, Kyle Litten. Together they both build their lives around their love and commitment to their individual passions; his building homes and hers developing horses. They share their life with two special cats and the one and only Huey Litten (their wiggly, lovable dog).