MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS
Saddleseat Riding Instructor
Kristin graduate in 2014 from Morehead State University with a bachelor’s of Science in Equine Science. While attending MSU she was a member of the the schools Intercollegiate Saddle Seat team. She rode as the schools open rider from her freshman year on. Also, during her time at MSU she was able to intern with top trainers in the industry such as Delovely Farm and Burnscroft Farm. After graduating she assistant trained and managed several premier American Saddlebred training and lesson facilities in central Kentucky. Kristin most recently worked at the top equine hospitals in Lexington, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital. She worked as a surgery technician in the hospital. Kristin has a deep passion for the saddlebred industry and an even deeper passion for sharing her years of valuable experience with the next generation of eager riders.
Hunter Jumper Instructor
Rachel graduate in 2014 from the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor’s in equine industry and management. While attending UNH Rachel was able to train and compete in three different disciplines, as well as compete as member of the schools Intercollegiate Huntseat team. After college, Rachel spent time teaching and training at various hunter jumper facilities in the New England region. Most recently Rachel has been working as the competition reports coordinator at the United States Equestrian Federation. Rachel has a true passion for the biomechanics of the horse and rider and enjoys sharing her knowledge to shape the next generation of young equestrians.