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Amanda offers a small number of private lessons for clients who own their own horses (lesson horses not available). She specializes in dressage and western dressage, for traditional and gaited horses. Her passion is working with adult amateurs who are new to riding or dressage, and non-traditional riders and breeds, helping them use dressage to maintain a healthy and happy horse. Showing is not required for lessons, and other disciplines welcome.


As an educator herself, Amanda is passionate about continuing education and has studied all aspects of horsemanship and riding, from nutrition, bitting and saddle fit, to biomechanics, pole work, liberty and ground work, trail, desensitization and more. She works with local trainers and out of state clinicians and is also an active member of the United States Pony Club (it’s not just for kids!).


Key Education and Experience:
WDAA Judge’s Seminar Participant
Bit Bank Australia Certified Coach
USDF L Program auditor
In Progress: Saddle Fit 4 Life Certified Equine Ergonomist 


Currently scheduled 2024 Clinics:
Beth Meyer – Groundwork and Introduction to Liberty
Suzanne Galdun - Positively Dressage - biomechanics
Heather Walters – USDF Silver medalist 
Ida Norris – “S” dressage judge, “R” Western Dressage judge
Susan Williams – Equine Confidence Building Clinic


Organizational Memberships: 
President and Clinic Chair, GLASS-ED
TWHBEA Lifetime Member
USEF, USDF and WDAA member

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