Since beginning her equestrian experience at age 2, Ashleigh’s passion is working with horses and people who love them. Having trained in Dressage with Kathleen Raine in youth, she went on to train horses and ponies to be used in show jumping and riding school programs. During lessons, Ashleigh improves riders’ confidence and knowledge with focuses on communication with horses and encouragement to improve and challenge riders. She adores students of all ages and has a background that includes behavior therapy and physical rehabilitation.
Robert Aberle (Bobby)
Hunter/Jumper and Dressage Trainer
Bobby has been riding for over 20 years and competing in local and “A” rated shows. Bobby has trained with Grand Prix level riders and really enjoys teaching and watching riders develop their skills. He concentrates working on the fundamentals, emphasizing on different exercises and flat work to develop an independent seat. His style of teaching works on developing the rider’s confidence by methodically and progressively increasing the level of difficulty in the lesson program.
Caitlin is from Houston and has been riding equitation and jumpers for most of her life. She trained with Kim Cox and then Susan Collins with a focus on riding green horses. She is now riding under Marta Renilla. Caitlin loves to work with nervous riders on building confidence as they begin riding for the first time or as they recover from previous riding incidents. She is also working towards a masters in clinical counseling and loves working with the special needs community. Caitlin loves working with all ages and looks forward to serving you!
Jumper and Dressage Trainer
Talia started riding as a child and became ambitious to showcase her skills in the show ring. She started to compete in many classes and has had the most success in the 125m class as a young show jumper. She is skilled in training show jumpers and recently started pursuing a professional career in dressage. Apart from show jumping and dressage, Talia has always had a passion for teaching students that were once her age and seeked all the knowledge and guidance an instructor can give. She believes that developing a solid foundation in riding is the main goal for beginner and intermediate riders.