Molly runs a full training program, competing on the A show circuit as well as the local county shows in San Juan Capistrano and Del Mar.  She offers customized programs for horse and rider, lessons and leases, as well as sales and purchases. Molly has established a reputation as a trainer who stresses the importance of a solid foundation.  She believes that a balanced horse and rider is the gateway to a good seat, leg, and hands.  She is conscientious, never moving to the next level until both horse and rider are strong, able, and have a clear understanding of what is being asked of them.  She understands that pain in the horse is often the cause of a poor attitude or resistance in training, and integrates therapies such as massage, chiropractic and joint support.  She works with a nutritionist to insure top conditioning, and she consults closely with her vet and farrier to achieve the best possible health and soundness for all horses in the barn.  Stalls are deeply bedded and cleaned twice daily, and hay is ample, fresh and top quality. There are 3 large jumping arenas as well as smaller arenas and round pens, providing plenty of space for people to ride without experiencing overcrowding.

Inverness Ridge Stables is located adjacent to the Orange County Fairgrounds at 905 Arlington Drive in Costa Mesa. Access from the 405 and the 55 is easy, and ocean breezes keep the climate pleasant for riding. 

Inverness Ridge Stables is a Hunter/Jumper Training Stable in Costa Mesa, Orange County, California. Trainer Molly Brock welcomes all levels of horse and rider and gives both the solid foundation needed to become strong, confident and successful athletes.