Terrie Hart Dahl, President

Terrie, a Fargo native, was immersed in horses from a very young age as her father, Don, raised and trained American Quarter Horses for over 40 years. Together they showed breed shows and enjoyed many open shows as well. She worked early years in his Western shops. Terrie attended NDSU, relished foreign travel, did greenhouse work, and trained as a florist. Past occupations include technical illustrator, homemaker, church volunteer, and gardener. Terrie achieved top level titles in American Kennel Club competition obedience and agility, then successfully opened and ran her own dog training school. Her focus is now on Dressage riding. Terrie functioned as the General Contractor for the construction of Jubilee Equine Stables.

Brian Dahl, Partner

Brian Dahl serves as co-founder and VP of operations of Amity Technology, LLC. He has worked with his brother since August of 1977 when they founded Concord, Inc., a third-generation manufacturer of agricultural implements. After Concord was sold to Case IH in 1996, he served as Plant Manager for the Case Concord plant and later Director of International Marketing. Concord had more than 50% of the Air Seeder market share at the time. He rejoined brother Howard at Amity Technology in 1998, helping Amity to become the world’s leading producer (in units sold) of sugar beet harvesting equipment. Brian has a B.S. degree in business and political science from the University of North Dakota. He enjoys hunter hacking and roundups when called upon.

Cami Slaubaugh, Stable Manager

Cami grew up on a grain farm in north-central North Dakota. She always had a passion for horses, but only got to ride occasionally. She got her chance when she began attending NDSU for an Equine Science degree. While attending school full time, she joined the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Equestrian Team as a western rider and eventually worked all the way up to being a captain. She also worked as barn worker at the NDSU Equine Center and as the Equine Program Assistant. Cami graduated with a double major in Equine and Animal Science. She worked on a ranch in Williston for two summers managing 40 horses, training, and riding under John Hovde before joining Jubilee. Cami is the manager for Jubilee Equine.

Lori Kaeslin, Resident Trainer

Lori grew up in a military family. She started riding western at the age of 10 in California, competing extensively. After high school she attended college in Wyoming and then joined her family in Europe. She studied dressage and jumping not only in Germany but also in England, where she attended the Talland School of Equitation. She then returned to the States to earn her degree from UC Davis. She taught at the UC Davis Equestrian Center, eventually becoming the Administrator. There she oversaw 80+ horses, the Intercollegiate Equestrian Teams, and coached the Dressage Team. Lori left UC Davis to grow her training business and has shown through 4th Level Dressage. Over the last 10 years her business has morphed into helping horses with behavioral problems and saddle fit issues. She employs correct saddle fitting techniques along with acupuncture, physical therapy, and classical training to bring horses back into balance. Lori will tell you that “Horses are my wonder, my passion, my friends, my life”. Lori is the resident training at JUBILEE EQUINE.


  • AS in Horse Management from Northwest Community College, WY
  • BS in Physiology from UC Davis, CA
  • German Bronze Medal
  • British Horse Society Assistant Instructor and Intermediate Instructor teaching certifications
  • Saddlefit 4 Life Certified Equine Ergonomist
  • Independent Schleese Western Saddle Fitter