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Rebecca Caulfield

has been riding horses since childhood, working with many different disciplines as a junior rider. She earned Bachelor degrees from CSU in Equine Science, Business and Psychology. Becca has teaching certifications from CSU as well as from CHA. She has been a professional instructor for 8 years and began teaching at Triple Creek Ranch in 2014.

 

Becca is an active eventer in Area IX, competing in many area events with her off the track thoroughbreds. Competing in the "equine triathlon" of 3 Day Eventing requires trust and a strong relationship with your horse, and Becca focuses on the development of that relationship with her students. 

 

Her training focus is on the competitive minded student, looking to jump and event. She works with all ages and excels at building a strong rider with an excellent foundation. Becca specializes in the retraining of off the track thoroughbreds. Email: rlcaulfield@gmail.com, 719-313-1927 

 

 

Ginny Giles

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: ginnygiles@yahoo.com, 303-757-2015 

Leslie Skinner

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. 

 

810-834-7540

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