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Photo 1 Jennie and Cambalda- Steve Berkowitz Photo 2 Tod Marks


Jennie has built herself an empire, she is one of the most widely known athletes in the sport for her competitiveness and grit earning her a spot on the United States Eventing Team. She is currently based out of the Matz's farm in Unionville, PA and wintering in Ocala, FL. Jennie has worked for a long list of riders over the years, notably she spent many years as the assistant trainer for Philip Dutton at True Prospect Farm before branching off to grow her own business even more. She can also occasionally be found exercising racehorses in the wee hours of the morning at Fair Hill Training Center. We cannot wait to see Jennie continue to grow and excel as a professional.

Photo 2 Sally and Herculon Jersey Fresh CCI 3* 2019


Sarah “Sally” Cousins is a driving force in the field of eventing who has been named the U.S. Eventing Association’s Leading Lady Rider for the last five years in a row. Her career highlights include multiple appearances at top-level events such as the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Badminton, Burghley and Fair Hill International. Based out of Oxford, PA, Sally loves training horses and riders of all levels and helping them progress in their training and experience. Sally started riding at age five and shortly thereafter joined Pony Club. She evented and showed in the hunter divisions as well as participating in fox hunting. She credits her varied expeience in horse sports as helping her develop as an all-around horsewoman, and often draws from her own experiences and lessons when instructing students and their horses.

Photo 1 US Equestrian Photo 2 Libby Law Photography


At just 26 years of age, Savannah "Woodge" Fulton has already made a splash onto the world stage in the sport of Eventing. Since age 5, she has had her heart set on this mission, and has never wavered from the pursuit. Having grown up in a horsey family at Full Moon Farm in Finksburg, MD, she has immersed herself in all things horses her entire life. Her hard work has begun to pay off, as she has had recent successes at some of the most grueling events in the world, including Badminton Horse Trials, Land Rover Kentucky Three Day Event and Burghley Horse Trials. Furthermore, she has been the only US rider aged 25 years or younger who has competed at five CCI5*s. She has had a lot of success with her 16-year-old ex-racehorse, Captain Jack, and has several promising young horses for the future. After returning from some time in Germany training with Dirk Schrade, Woodge has recently been focusing her attention on developing her training, sales, and competition business, FMF Equestrian, out of Full Moon Farm, where her family also hosts USEA Recognized Events.

L to R: Nico Morgan Eventing Nation; Lillian and Barnaby 2019 Land Rover Kentucky CCI 5*- 16th Place Finish


Based in Cochranville, PA now, Lillian is growing one of the top eventing programs on the east coast. You will often find her at Windurra, not only learning herself with Boyd and Silva Martin, but teaching her many students. Most recently Lillian completed the 2019 Land Rover Kentucky CCI5* finishing in 16th with her horse LCC Barnaby, this was her 5th appearance at the event. Lillian has also shown her competitiveness internationally, traveling to Burghley twice, in 2017 and 2018 and completing the world class event once with Barnaby! She is also a level III certified instructor in the Instructors Certification Program run by the USEA. Ask about Lillian and you will hear nothing but compliments regarding her class and style as a professional.


Susan "Susie" Hutchison is a world renowned show jumper. She has won over 80 Grand Prix competitions since 1988, making her mark on many horses, at many different shows, and of course making a very widely known and respected name for herself. She currently runs her program Susie Hutchison Stables Inc. at Casner Ranch in Temecula Valley, California. When she is not competing she is most likely teaching, giving clinics, or spreading her extensive knowledge on investing and syndication of horses. In 2015 Susie was inducted into the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame, a huge honor for her.


Carol is an advanced level event rider based out of Geneseo, NY. Carol nurtured several horses through the length of their competitive careers, some of whom competed successfully at Advanced, notably Erin Go Bragh and his two kids Gaelic Holiday and Take Time. She is also known for her successful career coaching the Area II Young Riders Team from 2004 to 2006. The team won more medals than any other team in the country. Over the years she has trained with Karen O'Connor, Jessica Ransehousen, Jane Savoie, Wash Bishop and Phillip Dutton. In addition to competing, Carol teaches monthly clinics throughout the country and runs a busy teaching and training barn named Mothersfield. Carol is a fantastic horsewoman with a great sense of humor and that is why she is a perfect fit for the Nunn Finer Team.


Rosie Napravnik was one of North Americas leading jockeys until her retirement from racing in 2014. She was the first female jockey ever to win the Kentucky Oaks and did so twice in three years. Rosie is only the second female jockey to win a Breeders’ Cup race and the only female to win more than one. Her 5th place finish in the Kentucky Derby, aboard Mylute in 2012, is the highest placing finish of the six female jockeys who have ridden the race. Throughout her career Rosie supported many Off Track Thoroughbred organizations, only to start her own OTTB training program after her racing retirement. She has competed in the Retired Racehorse Project multiple times in the eventing discipline, showing off her talent and insight on re training and re homing these horses off the track.

L to R: Cooley on Show at 2019 Land Rover Kentucky CCI 5* Photo: Mike McNally; 2019 Land Rover Kentucky CCI 5* Jog
Photo 1 Jj Sillman Sharon; Cooley on Show USEA


An established advanced level event rider based out of Summit Point, WV, Sharon is known for her absolute dedication to her horses, her students, and Last Frontier Farm. Sharon gives credit to her success as a rider and a horseman to the years of quality training she has received from the best international riders and trainers in the world. Always seen sporting the bright orange color of Last Frontier Farm it is hard to miss her. Sharon is known for her skills in teaching and training in every phase just as much as her competing. Most recently Sharon and Cooley On Show were 8th at the 2019 Carolina International CCI 4*.