Kirsten Priebe was on a horse before she could walk and has spent more time in the saddle than out of it since that very first ride.
Kirsten specializes in the hunter/jumper discipline with emphasis on horse safety and horsemanship. Her program aims to prepare riders and horses for competition in the Hunter, Jumper and Equitation rings.
Kirsten starts, and brings along many horses in a program specific to each horses needs, recognizing every horse as an individual. Training spots for both horses and riders are available.
Tal Mizrahi is an accomplished hunter/jumper rider that teaches beginner equitation, jumping and hunt seat lessons.
Tal’s program travels to local schooling shows to bring young horses and riders along. She teaches all ages and abilities in specialized lessons to target each individual client's needs.
Whether you are ready to start showing or have never sat on a horse. Tal strives to build confidence in her riders, as well as building a rider's skills.
Cathy has trained horses and people all of her life. She has a foundation in both English and Western disciplines and uses her diverse background to tune the approach to rider and horse. One size doesn't fit all is the philosophy. Cathy builds confidence by encouragement and support.
Cathy's clients and horses have received many accolades including coveted spots in the USHJA Emerging Athletes Program, Children/Adult Jumper Championship, Maclay Regionals, Minnesota Hunter/Jumper Champions, Zone 6 Horse of the Year to name a few. Cathy herself has competed at the National levels and is a former reining world champion.
Cathy provides lessons for all levels of riders including children, adults and those new to equine pursuits.
In her 22 years of riding Arabians, Half-Arabians and Saddlebreds, Tessa has earned multiple Class A, Regional and National Championships in Western, Hunt, and Saddle Seat.
Her years of experience as a student and lesson instructor make her a perfect fit in the skill development of riders, age 5 and up. Her years as a competitor allow her to help riders set individual goals to show horses from the academy to national show ring. Her instruction approach is focused on skills building in a fun, safe, goal-oriented environment.
Tessa’s extensive experience in the training of horses from initial groundwork to finished national quality show horses allows her the ability to develop horses at any level. Her training approach is individualized to the horse, integrating the horse’s natural ability with the owner’s goals.
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