Liz has been riding since age 10 and continues to expand her knowledge and experience. She started out training Quarter Horses for Hunter showing and moved into developing “off the track Thoroughbreds”. Liz started her career at the local GHJA and she received multiple championship awards. She ended with yearend award ranking 3rd in Children’s Hunter her first year. The following year, she was 1st in Adult Hunters. That same year, she also took 2nd in Adult Equitation. She has experience in Medals and placed three times at the top of the order at GHJA Finals. The majority of her accomplishments were done with Thoroughbreds. After years of work with Thoroughbreds, she switched to Warmbloods and moved to the AA level. Her Warmbloods managed to take several high ribbons in the Amateur Owner ring with yearend placing of 7th with her mare Hearts Desire. She has further her education by embarking in the Jumper ring, with the guidance of another professional. She has experienced success in the Jumper ring as well.
Liz is now training horses to rebuild their knowledge of how to perform in the Hunter/Jumper arena. With the right training, any horse can accomplish any goal in the arena. Retraining is something that Liz is passionate about and feels that through a lot of hard work, it can be done. Once the horse is retrained, then it is important to assist the rider in the right way to ask for the horse to perform correctly. Every horse and rider needs the right direction of training to make the partnership work.