We welcome you to join us in your journey with your horse. You will find the facility pristine, relaxed and friendly. You will grow as a rider and develop a new understanding of training with feel and respect. Whether you looking to reach the highest level of riding or you’re riding for your own enjoyment, you will be glad you came here. Let us know what we can do for you and your equine partner.
Wildfire Farm Congratulates:
(Just a few of my many clients)
Tami Heckman and her mare, Paris, who won the High Score Reserve Champion Award and two 1st places at 4th Level. She also is placing in PSG.
June Hudson and Belle won her class at her second show ever. She plans to show Rocky (aka Rockstar) in the near future.
Megan DeMichele and LouboutinHW received 69% on their first outing. She earned two blues and High Score Young Rider with scores in the 70s.
Congratulations to Susan and Rob Lynch on their purchase of her Grand Prix horse Hitmaster and a lovey 6 yr old mare named Soleil, both from Germany .
Wildfire Farm welcomes Jeanette Lloyd and Rocky to the farm. He is a lovely gelding doing very well with his training.
Sue Garis is scoring in the 70% at Training Level and will be moving up to First Level this year with her Andulusan Baldomaro. Congratulations also on the purchase of her State Premium Rhinelander mare Rubi, who is done with foal duty and will start competing this year.
With scores in the 70%s last year, Chuck Hedges is looking forward to continue showing his Percheron, Sir Michael.
Christine Turkelson on Aria and Rita Trimarchi on Malibar will be moving up the show ranks this year also.
"The goal of all dressage riding should be
to bring the horse and rider together in harmony...a oneness of balance,
purpose and athletic expression."