Bramblett Quarter Horses became a national name producing several World Champions as well as standing one of the top ten stallions in the country.  The farm also climbed in status ranking in the top ten as leading breeders in the country for Halter Horse winners and point earners.

At 40 years of age, a spiritual awakening of monumental proportions eventually led Debra to reexamine her entire life. While the horse business had certainly been a stepping stone, she was now being called to do something different with her life.

As an avid reader, writing became a natural extension and thereby the tool needed to share her incredible stories of hope, transformation, and truth with the world. Debra’s new book “Me God and Curly” chronicles the 12 year spiritual journey that changed her life.

Debra and her husband Jim currently reside on their horse farm in Kentucky with their 6 dogs: Sierra, Tutti, Beau, Bella, Seth, and Sammie. 2 Birds: Rufie and Hank, and a lively variety of cats and horses too numerous to mention but loved all the same.



me, god, and curly


Debra was born and raised in central Kentucky and still calls the rolling hills of Bluegrass Country…..Home.  The oldest of three children she attended the University of Kentucky earning an Associate Degree in business related studies concentrating in Real Estate.

At 18 years of age, Debra attended a national auctioneering school and shortly after obtained her Real Estate License. Over the years, she has owned and operated several businesses, but in the end, her one true passion to own and operate a horse farm finally became a reality and Bramblett Quarter Horses was born.