At Sprieser Sporthorse, our mission is to bring horses and riders up the levels of dressage with fairness, correctness and joy. We will holistically develop mind and body with the end goal of top competition results and international sport.

Lauren Sprieser is a USDF Gold, Silver and Bronze Medalist and an international Grand Prix dressage competitor. Her enthusiasm and wit has made her a popular trainer, with students from the grassroots to the international levels in both dressage and eventing. She’s also an acclaimed blogger for the Chronicle of the Horse, and writes regularly for Dressage Today and Practical Horseman.

Along with Assistant Trainers Lauren Fisher, Jess Idol and Karrigan Norris (all USDF Bronze & Silver Medalists), Sprieser Sporthorse is producing top horses and skilled riders in a correct and fun way.

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Testimonials

I came to Sprieser Sporthorse in November of 2016 with my Andalusian mare Mia MC. From the moment we arrived and to this day we could not be happier. Lauren and her team truly enjoy what they do and it is reflected by how they teach and work, with passion, joy and humor. To train in this barn is a delight, Mia and I are thrilled to be here. The best part is that riding has become FUN again! My goal in riding is to earn my Bronze Medal with Mia. Because of Lauren, and her two assistant trainer…
Jodie Harney
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Playing The Odds

On Tuesday, after watching the numbers rise, after seeing the growing numbers of states restrict movement, and after listening to recommendations from the CDC and other medical experts, I felt I had no choice but to close my barns in Florida and Virginia to all but critical staff in order to do our part to […]

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Bellinger, 1992-2020

I had just turned 18. I’d shown a bad Prix St. Georges on a borrowed horse the summer before I started college, and I’d gone to school horseless, because I wasn’t sure if I wanted to really dedicate myself to horses or just ride for fun. Two weeks into my first semester of college I […]