Jec Aristotle Ballou

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Jec A. Ballou’s distinct love of developing equine athletes is fueled by her eclectic background. Raised in a horse training family, she has devoted herself to the most thorough, correct, and straightforward approach to improving performance for horses and riders alike. In addition to being a nationally recognized educator about equine conditioning and gymnastic development, […]

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Lester Buckley

Lester Buckley

Lester Buckley grew up in the historic cattle country of North Texas. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Equine Science from Sul Ross State University in Texas, where he was also the “Outstanding Horse Science Student”. While training horses during college he met Ray Hunt, renowned horseman and clinician, and that laid the […]

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Frances Carbonnel

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Frances Carbonnel is devoted to the vision of harmony between human and equine as manifested in art for art’s sake.  That art is the pursuit of beauty, harmony, and balance in the relationship that binds horse and human.  Her riding is pure, highlighting the presence of cooperation, gentleness, enlightened leadership and willing acquiescence.  Frances is […]

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Julie Goodnight

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Julie Goodnight grew up on a small horse farm in central Florida (Orlando) and was a youth competitor on the hunter/jumper circuit. She worked on breeding farms and racetracks through college and graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1984. She is a certified CHA Master Instructor and Clinician, currently traveling 40-45 weeks a […]

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Bob Harb

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Bob Harb – Affiliates Chairperson Email: BobHarb@aol.com “Buffalo Bob” Harb has been serving as a Volunteer New England Representative for the Western Dressage Association® of America. He is a Past President of the Granite State Morgan Horse Society, Inc. and a Past Board Member of the New England Morgan Horse Association. He is a Morgan […]

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Kathy Meyer

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The multi-breed show environment in Southern California exposed lifelong equestrian Kathy Knill Meyer to a variety of disciplines. As a youngster, she competed in dressage, stock, hunter, and saddle seat riding, and attended riding schools in England and in Germany. In her 12-year career professionally training Arabian performance horses, she turned out multiple National Champions […]

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