Rebecca Caulfield has been professionally training sporthorses and riders for 10 years, and has been a lifelong student of the horse. Becca specializes in positive introductions to horsemanship andeventing, along with supporting the development of equestrians through specific goal attainment. She loves working with her team of riders in USEA Area IX and can be found exploring horse trails around the nation.
Becca’s educational background, a BS in Equine Science, Psychology and Business with a graduate degree in Counseling Psychology, provide her with a rich and unique Sports Psychology lens focused on the unique needs of each rider. She believes in the power of creating positive and supportive, yet appropriately challenging, atmosphere to support riders in achieving their potential. Becca has experience working with many types of horses and across a wide variety of disciplines including Ranch Horse Versatility, Endurance riding, Hunter Jumper, natural horsemanship (student of Buck Brannaman techniques) and, her true passion, Eventing. She has her CHA certification, Riding Instructor training from CSU, and is currently in the Instructor Certification Program (ICP) for the USEA ( testing Fall 2021). She also maintains current First Aid and CPR certificates.
Becca brings to every rider her demanding style focused on strong equitation and biomechanics, combined with the dressage training scale for horse and rider. She primarily works with riders who have competitive goals, lease or own their own horses and are committed to a strong, results-oriented riding program. Becca works with riders of all ages who are ready to be pushed to set and achieve goals that are meaningful to them. She has thriving Junior, Teen and Adult rider programs within the lesson program at Triple Creek Ranch and leverages her strong communication and counseling background to connect with and develop each of her students.
For those whose goals include purchasing or leasing a horse, Becca skillfully serves as agent, bringing knack for connecting the right horse and rider. She has a deep nationwide network and regularly travels, with or without clients, to bring home the equine love of their lives.
Becca is an active rider in Eventing with a special passion for retaining off-the-track thoroughbreds for eventing or sporthorse life. She currently serves on the board for Area IX and holds the position of Adult Rider Coordinator. Becca’s favorite part of working in the TCR community is building a supportive culture focused on horsemanship and camaraderie.
grew up in the suburbs of Chicago where she started as a working student in Hunter/Jumpers. She has worked as a therapeutic riding instructor, a trail guide and wrangler, an assistant ranch manager where she learned natural horsemanship methods, and as the barn manager for a boarding facility.
Her training includes groundwork to improve the relationship and confidence of both horse and rider, along with classical dressage training methods. Ginny has trained in dressage with Hallie Calliham of Somerset Farms for the past four years. She competes with her own horse in local rated dressage shows.
Ginny's main teaching focus in on classical and western dressage, along with groundwork and natural horsemanship. Ginny teaches all levels of adults in English and Western with a focus on a positive fun learning experience for both horse and rider! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-757-2015
My objective is to help riders discover the art of equitation through their own unique physical and mental abilities. I strive to create an atmosphere of understanding and enjoyment while riders are learning the fundamentals of horsemanship. I love teaching and sharing my experience with riders of all levels.
I have ridden horses all my life and been involved in different aspects of the horse business.
I started out fox hunting and continued to compete in eventing, jumpers, and dressage. I have a degree in Animal Science from Michigan State University. Currently, I’m learning about biomechanics and how riders can help their horses be efficient athletes. I have 3 horses and 2 dogs and 4 grown children. Two of my daughters participate in the horse industry.
Brittany grew up just outside of St. Louis, Missouri where she spent her childhood learning everything possible at the barn where she took lessons and competed.
She was lucky enough to be able to ride many types of horses and competed in the adult amateur hunter divisions, medals, and hunter derbies.
She discovered the joy that comes not just from riding but from the relationship built with the horse and their foundation. As an instructor, she can now pass all her knowledge on to her students. She is currently working on a degree in Equine Science at CSU, Ft. Collins with intentions of continuing onto veterinary school, with a specialty in sports medicine. email@example.com 636-383-3068
Kate Flemming TCR Beginner Instructor
Kate Fleming is from Southern California, where she had the fortune of being involved in 4H. This introduced her to showing the AQHA circuit and working for trainers. Livestock and horses were her main passion, and motivated her to move to Colorado to study at Colorado State University.
While getting her Bachelors in Equine Science and Business Administration, she also won an AQHA Reserve World championship in horse judging, and also coached two National Champion AHA teams. Additionally she was an AQHA ambassador, selected to teach horsemanship camps in Austria, the Netherlands and Germany.
Kate has worked for multiple world renowned AQHA, APHA, and USEF trainers, and has coached multiple world champions and medal finalists. Her passion is developing riders to achieve confidence, harmony, and balance with their horses