Phoebe Bull, originally from Bucks county, has been riding since she was five years old. She started competing in the short stirrup division progressing to equitation classes such as the Medal, Maclay, and USET as well as the junior hunter division and children’s jumpers. She competed in venues such as Hits Ocala, Tryon, Aiken, and Princeton.
As a junior, Phoebe spent two summers riding at international barns in Belgium and Holland. Next, she secured a spot at the top level of the Mount Holyoke equestrian team where she received a bachelor's degree in English Literature with a minor in Education. She helped the Mount Holyoke College equestrian team bring home the IHSA National Collegiate Team Championship and the Tournament of Champions title.
As an adult, Phoebe has worked with top-level hunter/jumper barns learning what it takes to compete at all levels. Throughout her career, she has continued her education by training horses and teaching students to advance their skills both in and outside the ring. As an avid horse show competitor, she loves helping students of all levels enjoy the horse showing experience.
Phoebe teaches all levels to bring out the best in the rider. She gives students a strong foundation while strengthening their partnership with the horse.