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Laine is a 4* eventing & upper-level dressage rider. She started riding when she was two and owned her first pony at age three in Shingle Springs, CA. She has represented the United States in the Junior Olympics where she was awarded the Silver Medal twice and the Bronze Medal three times. She was also part of the test event in Hong Kong in 2007 on her horse, Anthony Patch. Together, Lainey & "Al" have competed at Rolex CCI**** four times with their best placing in 2010 when they took home an 8th place ribbon in addition to the highest placed owner and rider award. Most recently, Laine and Al were reserve Advanced national champions at the AECs in 2012 and 2014 and were the national Advanced Champions when they brought home the win at the AECs in 2013 held in Tyler, Texas.
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Hawley is a Canadian 4* eventer who has ridden in multiple Rolex Kentucky CCI4* events, Pan American Games, FEI World Cup Finals, Badminton CCI4*, Burghley CCI4*, World Equestrian Games, Les Etoiles de Pau CCI4*, & Olympic Games. Her current upper-level ride is the talented Jollybo, a bay mare by the prestigious British sire Jumbo, whom Hawley is competing at the 4* level.
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Lauren Billys is an upper-level eventer who lives in California and rides for Puerto Rico. Her current upper-level horse, Castle Larchfield Purdy, was imported from England in the summer of 2013. Already a seasoned Advanced horse, he had competed throughout Europe and the United States. Purdy was chosen to compete in the British National Championships in 2011 and had already proven himself capable and athletic. Aside from his previous honors, he has a warm personality and loves hugs and treats. This horse has the true ability to be an outstanding competitor. Lauren and Purdy successfully represented Puerto Rico at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio!
Britt Sabbah is an adult amateur three-day eventer based in Southern California. She rides her own Saint Louie, a spunky buckskin 14.2 Welsh/Paint pony, who she has brought up from Beginner Novice to a successful first season at the Preliminary level in 2017. In 2018, Britt and Louie will aim for the CIC/CCI* levels of eventing as well as working towards their USDF Bronze Medal by making their debut at 3rd Level dressage.
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Lauren Sprieser is a USDF Gold, Silver and Bronze Medalist, and a CDI Grand Prix trainer and competitor. Lauren has represented the USA in international dressage competition, and trains horses and riders from green to Grand Prix from her Marshall, Virginia farm. Lauren is also a popular clinician and writer, teaching across North America and with articles in Dressage Today, Practical Horseman, USDF Connection, and a regular blog for The Chronicle of the Horse.