Emilie Mudd is an Area V/VIII based professional equestrian having ridden since the age of 5. Emilie specializes in Three-Day Eventing but also competes in Rated Dressage and Jumper shows. Emilie began riding under the guidance of eventing instructor Heidi Hewlett before transitioning to trainer Regis Webb. Under Regis’s instruction Emilie has achieved success through the Intermediate level in eventing. Following graduation from high school, Emilie moved to Hoffman, North Carolina to begin her year as a working student for 4* event rider Will Faudree before an accident sidelined her for the end of the 2017 season. After a gap year, Emilie moved to Lexington to attend college at the University of Kentucky. She and Quite Nice 11 moved up to the Intermediate level and are hoping to compete in their first CCI3*-S and CCI3*-L in 2020.
Emilie hopes to one day compete at the top level of the sport both in the United States and Europe and ride for the United States National Team in the Pan American Games, World Equestrian Games, or Olympic Games.
“During show season, about the week before we leave, I double up on Total Plus and keep it up through the competition. When we return, we go back down to a regular dose. I think it just really helps to maintain that kind of gut health and all of the internal health benefits that the product promotes.” – Emilie Mudd
“In the four years my event horse has been on the product, I haven't dealt with any serious injuries. He has stayed in great physical condition. His muscle mass is really tremendously improved. I haven't had any issues with his feet. He recovers really well after hard, strenuous work. So, I honestly can't say enough good things about how it's benefited him.” – Emilie Mudd
“I had my warmblood Q on the same feed for a long time and he didn’t seem to have a lot of get up and go. John Arnall advised me to start him on Total Plus and initially increase the dose and it really helped to raise his energy levels, which was what we needed to go to the next step in our competition levels.” – Emilie Mudd