Tracie is the owner and trainer at Keev Farm, bringing more than 25 years experience in equestrian sports and training to the Keev Farm program. After earning an MS in Wildlife Toxicology from Oregon State University with post-grad work in Veterinary Pathology, Tracie also has an extensive professional biology career working in academic widlife, veterinary and toxicology research in addition to developing wildlife policies on a state and federal level. Her wildlife experience also includes work with an International Government Agency and international non-profit organizations. Her parenting education and experience with being a mother of three young girls support a patient, fun and safe learning environment for children.
Keev is an anglicized form of the Irish word “caomh” (pronounced keev or kweev).
Keev as an adjective describes things that are gentle, beautiful, precious and kind. As a noun, Keev is a dear one or companion.
We love our Keev Farm moments.