Reid and Sarah Nagle



p: (352) 486-1234

Reid and Sarah bought Black Prong at auction in early 2019. Sarah has been a horse person all her life and Reid since 2002. Together they train and race horses while also owning and operating Big Lick Farm, a horse training facility in Morriston, FL. 


Clayton Bratcher



p: (352) 486-1234

Clayton, pictured with the soon-to-be First Lady, Meghann, is the first inaugural mayor of Black Prong. He has brought a fresh perspective while staying true to everything that Black Prong stood for with the Aulsons.

Tom's Pic.jpg

Tom Doan

Facilities Operations


p: 352-486-1234

Tom, a Michigan native, moved to the Bronson area in 2005 and started working for Alan and Maureen Aulson at their Black Prong Equestrian Center. He has been a fundamental part in the development of what Black Prong Equestrian Center is today and will play a vital role in the future development of the new Black Prong Equestrian Village. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and spending time with family. 


Brianna Garcia

Design Events Specialist


p: (407) 883-6430

We’re happy to welcome Brianna Garcia as the newest member of our team. As our Design Events Specialist, Brianna will spearhead any design projects along with events and weddings. She will also be our resident IT manager. In her free time she enjoys nature, sports, and spending time with her animals.

Black Prong Team

Tom, Wayne, Denise, Lia

These four have been with Black Prong long before it came under the ownership of the Nagles. They have given countless hours to help improve and renovate the property. 


All-In Removal

Corporate and Industry Partnerships

If you would like to learn more about becoming a partner please contact!

Contact Us

If you would like to volunteer at Black Prong, please call 352-486-1234 or email

450 SE CR 337 

Bronson, Levy County 32621


Trail and Nature.jpg

Black Prong Equestrian Village Newsletter


450 SE CR 337 

Bronson, Levy County 32621


  • Facebook
  • Instagram

©2020 Black Prong Equestrian Village