Meet the Team
The Gold Country Horse Sale team consists of individuals who want to provide the opportunity for others to showcase their horses skills through a series of events including ranch work, reigning and roping.
Co-founders of The Gold Country Horse Sale
Cameron Messier and Brooke Martin
Pictured from L to R: Brooke Martin, Cameron Messier and Maureen LaGrande
Cameron is from Herald, Ca and has resided in the area for over 15 years. He operates a small self owned cattle operation along with a small horse breeding program. He takes pride in his horses and their athletic ability, along with their confirmation, demeanor and potential! With the start of the Gold Country Horse Sale, he is excited to showcase some of the best ranch and performance horses in the area while making sure that there is something affordable for everyone. Providing a quality sound horse is a must for Cameron, and he feels that this sale will provide something for anyone in the buying market as far as price and horse quality.
Brooke is a third generation rancher from Elk Grove, Ca. She manages the office for her family's cattle operation while running her own cattle herd. Her family takes pride in having high quality horses that will be successful on the ranch. Brooke can't wait to produce the Gold Country Horse Sale and see Cameron's idea come to life. She believes this sale is a great opportunity to provide everyone with some of the best ranch and performance horses around that will live up to expectations as you'll know what you're getting from the start.
Maureen is from Williams, Ca where she grew up farming and ranching alongside her family. She studied Agricultural Communications at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and in the fall will return to pursue her Master's Degree in Agricultural Education. Upon graduation Maureen plans to work within the agriculture industry. For the Gold Country Horse Sale she covers the media, creative design, photography and marketing. Maureen looks forward to capturing and sharing all of the moments that occur during the first annual Gold Country Horse Sale.