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Jenny grew up riding in California beginning on the local circuit and showing all the way through the Big Equitation.  As a junior she qualified for all of California's major medal finals with notable wins in the NorCal Equitation Classic and SNHSA 2’6” & 3ft Medal Finals. After years of competing in the equitation and jumpers as a junior, Jenny went to college at Sweet Briar College in Virginia where she rode on every riding team available at the time -- showing on the IHSA, ANRC Novice & National, "A" and "B" Show, and Field Teams. She rode for her teams at ANRC Nationals twice where her scores helped Sweet Briar win the 2014 ANRC Novice Championship. She also won the SBC and Randolph Medal Finals aboard Sweet Briar horses. While she majored in English & Creative Writing, she also has an Equine Certificate with a concentration in Teaching and Schooling.

 

Her real passion, though, lies in teaching. Jenny has dedicated herself to helping riders achieve their goals and reach their full potential. After graduating from college Jenny went on to manage a 40 horse program at St. Timothy's School in Baltimore, Maryland where she oversaw the daily care and welfare of all horses on the property. Jenny also taught lessons to students ranging in age from 5-75 and in skill
from never-touched-a-horse-before all the way through to riders participating in the Junior
Hunters, Big Equitation, and 1.05 jumpers all over the East Coast. Jenny's riders have shown at
prestigious locations such as WEC Florida & Ohio, Vermont Summer Festival, Capital
Challenge, Devon, GLEF, Harrisburg, and more. Her student's accolades range from IEA
walk/trot National qualifiers to local association year end award winners to Children's & Junior
Hunter Finals qualifiers and everything in between.


Through Jenny's use of the American Forward Riding System, riders are able to develop
a strong foundation of skills and techniques that allow them to excel in the show ring. With a
focus on developing and improving a horse's natural way of going, Jenny works tirelessly to help
riders build confidence and improve their flatwork skills, in order to develop well rounded riders
able to excel in whatever ring they step into.

 

Some of Jenny's highlights include:

  • Jenny was the winner of the BCHSA Transglobal Trainer of the Year Award in 2022.

  • Coaching the Champion JHC/ANRC Junior Nationals Novice Team 4 years in a row & the Champion ANRC Jr. National Team in 2022.  

  • She also coached the MHSA Regional Jr. Equitation Champion on four separate occasions, the MHSA Low Children’s Medal Finals Winner in 2018, and the MHSA Children's Pony Medal Finals Winner in 2022.

  • Jenny coached the Champion of the BCHSA Short-Stirrup, Pre-Adult, and Adult Medal Finals in 2021 & the winner of the Jr. Pony Medal Finals in 2022.

  • She has helped qualify numerous students for IEA Nationals including a rider who earned 2nd place honors in the Open Flat.

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