We all Like Options...
We believe every horse and rider are individuals, therefore you should have options when selecting a trainer. Horses and riders needs can change, or maybe you want to try something, or someone different. You are invited to have a trainer of YOUR CHOICE come to our barn to teach and/or train your horse. There is a $20.00 ring fee for your trainer.
Don't have a trainer, or want a different learning experience for you and or your horse? Here is a list of top
professionals whom I highly recommend, there is absolutely no financial gain in it for me. I don't take making recommendations lightly, I have personally witnessed and or rode with these individuals. They are seasoned, extremely knowledgeable horseman, all of whom have excellent resumes.
I would be happy to help you make an appointment with any one of these trainers if that makes it easier for you.
Kim Walnes is as well known for helping people establish a better relationship with their horse as she is for her compassionate teaching of correct balanced principles.
Kim competed on her legendary horse The Gray Goose in Europe and the United States as a member of the US Equestrian Team from 1980 through 1986.
Highlights of their illustrious career include ranking third in the world, winning Team and Individual Bronze Medals at the World Three Day Event
Championships in Luhmuhlan, Germany, and winning the United States National
Championships at Rolex in Lexington, KY. They also came in second at the CCI*** in Boekelo, Holland, competed at the World Championships in Australia,and were alternates for the 1984 Olympics
Her Classical and highly successful international competitive career with difficult horses has given her great insight into helping others to train and show their own horses. She has also studied learning differences, and is a life coach specializing in regaining confidence after trauma.
Kim believes that everyone’s goals are important, whether it is to be a better trail rider, a better show rider, or how to better interact with your horse on the ground.
She is creative in her efforts to impart information, and accepts people of all ages and interests.
David Ziegler has been around horses his whole entire life; growing up on his family's farm outside Calgary, Alberta. His competitive career started out in Eventing before ultimately specializing in pure Dressage. David spent 7 years under the tutelage of Jessica Ransehousen, former US Chef d'Equipe, Olympian and FEI Judge. David is currently training with Linda Zang Olympic Judge and USDF Hall of Famer. His accomplishments: NAYRC Eventing Individual Gold Medalist NAYRC Dressage Individual Silver Medalist Dressage Canada Gold Medalist to name a few!
Randa Schnarr-Sorzano has been involved with horses since a child in Chester County, PA. She has trained horses for eventing and dressage, fox hunting, polo, and racing careers, as well as riders in these fields. She has had the privilege to ride and train with members of the U.S. Olympic eventing team, has competed at the intermediate level, and continues to compete today. Randa’s specialty is helping people develop confidence in themselves and their horses, forming true partnerships. Clients say that Randa has a keen insight and an amazing ability to find what the horse and rider need to succeed. She works with clients from the ground up. Whatever your goals, from building confidence to competing, Randa can help you get there. See her full biography and range of services on her website - www.randaequestrian.com.