Working together to create a seamless experience between on-farm lessons and programs; and off-farm competitions; with the primary purpose of allowing our riders to achieve their goals!
Owner & Farm Manager
Having been involved with horses for over 35 years, Olivia rode extensively as a junior and amateur winning top ribbons and year end awards. She took a break from riding to complete her education and start a family. After receiving a Bachelors of Science in Nursing, as well as trauma certification, she worked as an acute care nurse for many years. In addition, she attained a Masters in Business Administration. Both of these educational accomplishments have allowed her to develop a perspective of working with and treating every person as an individual, while developing a keener awareness of the physical wellbeing of both her riders and her horses.
As a professional, her own prior riding success, particularly in the equitation ring, is evident in the success of the riders she trains. For Olivia, her passion for horses and riding, and the ability to share that with others is what training is all about
Professional Rider &
Show Team Manager
As a junior, Rebecca competed extenisvely in the hunter, jumper, and equitation arenas - including a successful stretch catch-riding horses in the BigEqu classes. In addition to an successful showing record, she has trained and cliniced under professionals such as Kevin Babbington, Frank Madden, Melanie Smith Taylor, Julie Winkle, Peter Wylde, Hardin Towell, and Diane Carney. Rebecca has been a 3 time HQC and Emerging Athletes Program participant - participating as an EAP National finalist as a team coordinator at age 17 and again in 2019 as one of the 16 finalists.
Upon becoming a professional in 2014, Rebecca has held positions riding throughbreds at the track and assisting with the operation of thoroughbred breeding and sales programs. She has also spent time working as both a groom and a rider for large show barns at WEF (including working under a PanAmerican Games Rider and gaining experience within FEI). In addition, she has had success operating her own training program. As a USHJA certified riding instructor, Rebecca has worked with first-time beginners through advanced level riders. She now manages the training for Little Hunter Farm's sales and lease horses, as well as continuing to work as a catch rider for other professionals.