Training

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Beth has been given opportunities to pilot many different horses around the show ring.  Whether it be a green horse (or pony) getting good experience at the 2' level, or a 3'6" green hunter, Beth tries to find ways to give the horse their chance to shine in the ring.  Beth is able to transfer her experience and knowledge over to her students by ensuring each student understands the task at hand while working on individual goals.  

 

Whether your goal is to be competitive in the show ring or take a weekly lesson, we can help you get there!

Elizabeth Solomon, originally from the Philadelphia area, has been involved with horses from a young age.  Starting in the leadline divisions, Beth quickly found ways to bring out the best in horses and was competitive through the Maclay and junior jumpers.  Beth was able to compete at venues such as Devon, Pony Finals, Vermont, Saugerties, and Ocala to name a few.  By her senior year of high school, Beth earned a spot on New Mexico State University's NCAA Division 1 Equestrian Team where she received a bachelor's degree in finance with minors in risk management and banking.  A redshirt year allowed her to also fulfill her MBA at NMSU and grow in a team environment (serving as a team captain).  Her array of accolades include NCEA Rider of the Month and making the NCEA Academic Team on multiple occasions.

Throughout her summers in college, Beth served as an assistant barn manager for a competitive hunter barn.  Here she learned what it takes to maintain top show hunters with impeccable care and the organization needed to run a successful business.  Beth later went on to work for other successful riders and learn a variety of different techniques in training horses, teaching students, and keeping things running smoothly.

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