Louisa’s international qualifications are numerous and include:
Staff member for the British Eventing team
Dressage trainer and business owner responsible for training and coaching 18 students and their horses through all of the dressage levels
British Horse Society Training
Trained for 3 years with France’s two-time dressage champion. Trained clients in prestigious barn just outside Paris.
USDF Silver and Gold medal holder numerous
wins and placings at National and CDI shows
I grew up and England and began riding at the local riding school; this is where my love affair with horses began, and I spent every minute my parents would allow there. At 11, I started backing and breaking the horses and by the time I was a teenager I was teaching. Upon leaving school I became a working student and began my British Horse Society training, which would lead me into the high level international competition world.
I worked for three years for the chief d'equipe of the British eventing team, then decided to begin my own boarding and training business. After 4 1/2 years, I wanted to expand my experience and moved to Paris, France to train and teach. In 2005 I moved to the USA
and have worked since then training and building my dressage clientele.
I met Anne Gribbons (she is my inspiration) in 2007 and have worked with her. I'm now on training up my 3rd Grand prix horse.
Louisa has spent her whole life around horses; she speaks their language. What is especially notable, though, is that Louisa is able to translate the language of the horse to her students, empowering each rider with the ability to learn from, and with, their own mount.
Louisa's diagnostic skills are spot-on; she provides 'homework' for each horse and rider to work on between their lessons together.
At LME Dressage our business is taking horses and students for dressage training and competing. Specializing in breaking and training young horses. Louisa has qualified several horses over the past few years for the National Championships. We train AA as well as juniors and young riders and riders from novice through the FEI levels.
Louisa spends the winter season in Florida training and competing, in which she takes the majority of her clients horses. During the winter season Louisa trains daily with Anne Gribbons newly appointed Chef d'Equipe of the USA 2012 Olympics team. Louisa has been training with Anne for over 5 years and takes training and guidance from Anne year round on all her horses.
Louisa's assistant trainers stay in NY during the winter to ensure that nobody is left behind and Louisa makes fortnightly trips back to NY to give clinics and training to her clients.
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