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 and Jess Idol (both USDF Bronze Medalists), Sprieser Sporthorse is producing top horses and skilled riders in a correct and fun way.

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Testimonials

As a long time breeder I have struggled with finding the “second” trainer for my youngsters. I have been lucky to find good people to back the babies but it is that next step that is so difficult, the trainer who has skill and talent and balance and can sit quietly around a youngster and is also able to ride out some of the baby antics. Lauren​, you and your team are a treasure to the horse industry. You aren’t rushing Ruben, you embrace all the baby personality and even love it! Wish I had been…
Donna Garner, Chinook Arch Farm
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Mission (Mostly) Accomplished

One of the beautiful things about dressage is that there are so many levels at which to play. I don’t just mean training level versus third level versus Prix St. Georges versus Grand Prix; I mean that there are schooling shows, recognized shows, CDIs, and various regional and national championship tracks. My original goal for […]

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Changing Mid-Stream

In the last decade, I’ve embraced the educational approach of having one coach. Too many voices in my head aren’t good for me or for my riding; it seemed to muddy the waters. Over the last nine years, I’ve dabbled in the occasional clinic with phenomenal people—USEF and USDF training sessions with the team coaches […]