18 years of professional training, lifelong passion, multi winner of the 'Eat Dirt' award and 'That Requires a Chiropractor' award, nationally certified Barn Rat
Hospital level care of boarders and drop off animals in the kennel, maintain accurate and up to date records of animal welfare and vitals, bodily fluid collection to ensure animal health, regular exercise and enrichment for physical and mental health
I have been riding in lessons since I have been ten, and working for my lessons for just as long. My family and I moved a lot when I was younger, and so I learned from many different teachers, many types of horses, many types of riding styles, and many ways to care for horses and for the barns they lived in.
I treat all horses with the same love and respect, regardless of price or breed. I also understand that these are animals, and no matter how well trained, a person should always be aware of their surroundings. Never having a horse of my own, I am used to riding all types, all temperaments, and working hard to get the chance to ride all of them. Along those lines, I can ride in pretty much any saddle available too.
My main focus has been in English. I believe dressage is the absolute foundation in a horse's training, and I enjoy combined training and 3 phase. I have experience in many types of riding styles though, due to moving a lot.
Low level schooling shows, can provide pictures of ribbons and scans of dressage tests
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to job interviews: 0
Number of non-attendances (no shows) to first days of job: 0
Number of Leaving without Notice: 0