Proverbs 23:12 "Incline thy heart unto instruction and thine ears to the words of knowledge."

Lindsay & Sunny Boy qualifying for 2017 GAIG Championships at 3rd level.

Committed to never ending self improvement

     Lindsay started taking lessons when she was 10. She and her older sister, Kelsie, started riding with Megan Payne at Clover Brook Farm. She started out riding huntseat but has also trained & shown showmanship, games and trail class during her years in 4-H. 4-H has been a big part of Lindsay's development with horses. She traveled on the NC Horse Bowl and Hippology teams as a youth member and is now a volunteer leader in the Southern Alamance Horse Club. She also was a member of Eno Triangle Pony Club from 2008 to 2013. Lindsay is a USPC graduate H-A, with a traditional C2, and her C3 & B in dressage.

     Lindsay has settled into classical dressage as her discipline of choice. She appreciates the great degree of finesse and balance it requires of both horse and rider to accomplish correct dressage or "training". She strongly believes that the basics of dressage are the foundation for good riding in any discipline. She rode with Cindy Sydnor as a working student for 7.5 years. She is currently training regularly under Nancy Sharpless (Chestnut Oak Farm) in Climax, NC. She also enjoys riding in clinics with Linda Zang when the opportunity allows. 

     Lindsay has always enjoyed training, including starting young horses and improving green horses. Her training techniques come mostly from the Parelli Natural Horsemanship program and the Classical Dressage she has learned. She is happily finding that these two blend very well to produce well rounded mounts for her and her clients.

     Lindsay also works part time as a veterinary technician with Scarlett Mobile Large Animal Services.  Working with her vet, Dr. Tracy Brown, has given her a new appreciation for this aspect of the horse world. The knowledge gained allows her to manage her sport horses, lesson horses, and boarders with above average expertise.  

     Overall, Lindsay tries very hard to utilize every opportunity to enhance her abilities as an instructor and rider. She knows it's important that she keep growing and learning. She wants to bring the best into the arena that she possibly can.

     If you are interested in lessons, training or just have a few questions feel free to contact Lindsay by E-mail at :

Lindsay & Amir Dreamaker enjoy a Top 10 finish at AHA Sport Horse Nationals 2017 in Dressage.