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Pewter Lifetime Achievement Award in Working Equitation


Megan has been working with horses from a young age and has been training horses since she was 16 years old. She has interned and worked under several top trainers in a variety of disciplines from breed showing to natural horsemanship to the art of Classical dressage. Over the years she has honed her theoretical model of schooling the horse using biomechanically sound exercises that develop emotional regulation and proprioperception while increasing a horse's flexibility and strength emotionally, cognitively, physically and spiritually. She also focuses on body mechanics of the rider for sound and balanced seat riding practices. She has a love of continuing education and knowledge and sharing that with others. She holds a Masters degree from UMHB in Clinical Mental Health (LPC), is a USDF & Working Equitation member and frequently participates in training and clinics of notable and successful horsemen and women including the late Mark Russell of Natural Dressage who was one of the few to study under Master Nuno Oliveira, Jillian Kreinbring (JK Inspired), a worldly educator in biomechanics of the horse and student of Manolo Mendez and Mark Russell.

Working Student: Amelia Avery


Amelia has been riding with us for 3 years and has gladly and competently stepped into the role of being our current working student. Our working student program encourages leadership in horse training, breeding and competing practices and developing a continual understanding of business know-hows. She will be a hand in training and developing horses through our program and learning effective instruction strategies to coach alongside Megan. She is already considered an asset to us here on the farm so we are very excited to have her on board with us as a working student.   


Megan Kenney (Owner/Head Trainer)

USDF Bronze medalist