The temps are hot, and so are our latest adventures! We’ve got highlights from Dressage at Lexington, an upcoming clinic with US Olympian Michael Barisone, and a fundraising event for CDCTA Youth. Read all about it here, and sign up to receive it directly in your inbox!
I’ve ridden extensively with three of Michael Poulin’s most accomplished students—I rode with Lendon Gray all through college; I was a working student for and have an ongoing friendship with Carol Lavell, and now for almost a decade I’ve trained with Michael Barisone—but somehow I’d never ridden with Michael Poulin himself. So when the team […]
Lauren wrote a deeply personal piece for NoelleFloyd.com, a leading equestrian lifestyle magazine, about the ups and downs of being a professional rider, and how social media can both make it seem much sunnier, and communicate truth. For more information on the Red White & Blue (Ribbon) Club, click here. I was hiking with a […]
Below are ride times for our July 6-7 clinic with US Olympian Michael Barisone. Click here to sign up to audit and save $5 a day! SATURDAY 10:00 Jean Loonam & Red Hot Chili Pepper, 12 yr Hanoverian Gelding, Fourth Level 10:45 Julia McElligott & Finley Nord, 9 yr Danish Gelding by Furst Rousseau, PSG […]
We had a wild and winning June, with lots of achievements, clinics, new faces and more! Read the highlights, and learn about our next round of exciting clinics and fun events, in our June e-newsletter. Click to read all about it, and sign up for our mailing list to receive our monthly newsletter directly to […]
FACT: You are, at some point in your life as a competitive rider, whether an Olympic contender, a walk-trot division regular at schooling shows, or anyone in between, going to have a competition that does not go according to plan. It’s just the nature of things, and if you can’t accept that, then please find […]
Lauren wrote a blog for NoelleFloyd.com on how to put your trainer out of a job… for the best reasons! Click here to read it (and shorten your reins already!).
Serious riders, particularly those of us riding either older horses or horses we hope to get to a Big Level and then enjoy at that level for many years, spend a lot of time thinking about the fine balance between working our horses hard enough to achieve fitness and strength to minimize the risk of injury […]
Remember how I wrote last time about Swagger, and how he was perfect, and I was having to restrain myself from pressing on too hard? Well, I came home from three days of teaching a clinic in Florida to a horse that was about 2 inches taller behind, with absolutely no ability to lift his back […]
We’ve got show results, we’ve got clinics, we’ve got some great new faces around the farm, and we’ve got a new USDF Bronze Medalist! Read all about it in our May e-newsletter, and sign up to receive it directly in your inbox!