Amber Bradley joined the Georgia program in 2006 as Farm Manager. In her position she oversees not only the care of Georgia's 60-plus horses, but also the facilities used by the Equestrian team.
A native of Pauline, S.C., Bradley has enjoyed a lifelong association with horses. She grew up on a 124-acre horse farm and first began showing hunters & jumpers at the age of five. By age 15 she was managing her family's farm.
In 2002, Bradley moved to Georgia, managed a 300-acre horse farm, supervised three community living facilities and attended college at Athens Tech. She was also a member of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association, from which she won several division titles, two state crowns and the Southeast regional championship.
Bradley and her husband Andrew -- who won the team's "Mane Dawg" award in 2008 for extraordinary service to the program -- are the parents of a three-year-old son, James, and a daughter Agnes, who was born in June.