Richard and Sarah Freeman


Richard:  Starting with the first warmblood mares in the early nineties, Oak Hill has concentrated on breeding the top horse for amateur and professional riders showing dressage.  I am gratified that the effort has been rewarded with earning both champion and reserve awards from USDF for several recent years. Think of Oak Hill when you are considering the purchase of a young horse.

Sarah:  Creativity is the soul of Oak Hill Ranch. In all we do, we aim for the best. This goal is magnified in the care and concern shown to each and every horse on our land.

Richard and Sarah Freeman

Regina Milliken


Regina is a USDF Bronze and Silver medal level competitor and current FEI rider, competing at I-1 in 2019. She has over 20 years of experience training young horses from birth to backing and into the sale or show ring.

Regina is responsible for extensively researching all active breeding lines for superior bloodline matches to produce top quality foals. She is dedicated to preserving both the physical and mental health of the Oak Hill equine athletes and breeding horses. It is her goal to match each buyer with their appropriate partner through ethical sales and transparent management practices.

Regina also serves on the USDF Sport Horse Committee and the North American Danish Warmblood Association as both Region 9 Ambassador and Secretary.

She continuously expands her knowledge and education by attending USDF forums, seminars, and conventions, as well as reading current articles and books on both breeding and training.

Regina Milliken head trainer at Oak Hill Ranch