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There is no "I" in team.

In equestrian sports, the Millar Brooke Farm program is one of the most successful programs in history. With years of professional experience, there is an incredible amount of expertise and knowledge surrounding how to develop horses for the top of the show jumping sport.

Each with their own impressive careers, this record breaking family has been dubbed "Team Millar".

Meet The Millars

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Amy Millar

As the daughter of Olympian and Canadian legend Ian Millar, Amy Millar was born into equestrian sport, riding horses at an early age on the family farm. She entered the Grand Prix ranks at just 19 years old, and has since climbed through the rankings with many successful equine partnerships. 

Out of competition for the first half of 2010 to give birth to her daughter Lily, and again in 2018 with her son Alexander, she returned to the ring both times with impressive results while equally balancing motherhood. 


She has since been successfully competing, picking up numerous wins throughout Canada and the US, winning gold at the Nation’s Cup at Spruce Meadows in 2021, and bronze again in 2023. After securing her spot on Team Canada for the 2023 Pan American games, she helped the team to bring home a silver medal and placed 6th individually. Her performance helped Team Canada to land a spot in the 2024 Paris Olympic games. 

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Jonathon & Kelly

As the next generation of Millar athletes, Kelly Soleau-Millar and Jonathon Millar had similar beginnings to that of their predecessor, Ian Millar. With big dreams and a work ethic to match, the pair started a new branch of the Millar family business with their U.S.-based training and sales program, Millar Brooke South. Their business came to fruition out of Jonathon and Kelly’s ambition to elevate their training, competition, and business goals.


With a selection of top young mounts, an ample show schedule at the country’s best venues, and an expanding clientele base, their decision to be based in the United States has opened new doors for the Millars.


Ian Millar

Show jumping legend, Ian Millar, fondly known as "Captain Canada", is the most decorated equestrian in Canadian history, his record-breaking career has set the bar for its numerous achievements and unparalleled longevity. He is a twelve-time winner of the Canadian Show Jumping Championship and holds the record for most Olympic appearances by any athlete in any sport, breaking the record when he took part in his tenth Games in London 2012, with Team Canada.

His Pan American Games record is equally impressive for its medal count. Ian has earned nine medals in nine Pan American Games—more than any other show jumper. He has twice been the Pan American Games Individual Gold medalist, first in 1987 with Big Ben and in 1999 with Ivar.

Then in February 2023, Equestrian Canada named Millar the new Chef de'Equipe for the Canadian Show Jumping Team. He stated in the press release, "It has been my great honour to ride for Canada for the better part of 50 years. This is my opportunity to give back and it is with further honour, that I do so."

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