A Pacific Northwest Native who grew up immersed in Eventing and Dressage, Jackie Ericksen is excited to be a part of the Houston equestrian community. Jackie brings a well rounded background of knowledge and experience from every aspect of horsemanship and sportsmanship. Before venturing away from home, Jackie was an avid Young Rider’s coach, Young Sport Horse developer and Pony Club instructor. She also maintained a full service training, lesson and sales barn. When Jackie decided she wanted to expand her education she packed up a string of horses and hit the road! Traveling from Washington to Texas to Florida and eventually back to Texas where she is looking forward to putting down roots! In those two years she was able to train with some of the top coaches in the sport, including Leslie and Lesley Law, Mary D’Arcy and Peter Gray. She also worked as a top level groom and even worked as a veterinarian’s assistant. She has been able to accomplish all this while still showing, producing and selling her own string of horses! Jacking is now turning her focus on the development of her new program, Absolut Sport Horses LLC— a lesson, training, and sales program designed for Eventing and Dressage riders of all levels.
Ashley is an advanced level event rider based out of Holly Hill Farm in Benton, Louisiana. Ashley started riding 17 years ago on a 15.2 hand Appaloosa mare that taught her the basics of riding, pony club, and introduced her to 3 day eventing. Once she learned the basics, she began riding lease horses and anything she was able to sit on. During this time, Ashley gained her C3-HB pony club rating. In 2012, she purchased the horse who would be her first prelim mount. He had been a bit of a problem horse in the past, but they clicked and Ashley was able to get her first taste of the "upper levels" of eventing.
After selling her first prelim mount, Ashley purchased Cadillac MCF, or Call it Courage. Cadillac had never been introduced to eventing. Ashley started him at novice level in the fall of 2014. Together they have gone from novice level eventing, to the advanced/4* level. Career accomplishments include 1st place Training Level Amateur division at the American Eventing Championships in 2015. Here, she also won the Charles Owen Technical Merrit Award. Ashley decided to gain "professional status" in 2016.
Ashley and Cadillac have earned numerous top placings including 1st place Texas Rose Horse Park CCI3*short, 2nd place Poplar Place Farms CCI3* short, 1st place at Fox River Valley Pony Club CCI 2* long, 3rd place Rebecca Farm CCI3*long, 8th place in the Open Intermediate at the 2019 American Eventing Championships. Ashley and Cadillac moves up to advanced level in 2018, where they continue to gain experience.
"Since having Cadillac on the Total Plus formula, Ashley has noticed a difference in his fitness, recovery time, focus, and overall nutrition. The Total Plus formula has kept Cadillac looking and feeling his best during long hauls to events all over the the United States."
Ashley has long term goals of competing in the major 4* events in the US as well as contesting the Land Rover Kentucky 3 day event (5*), with long term goal of spending time overseas contesting 4-5* events and someday riding for the United States on the Olympic team.
Jamie Radebaugh has been riding and showing Quarter Horses since she was three years old. She grew up in Keller, TX and then took her horse and show career to college with her at Colorado State University where she majored in Equine Science and was on the CSU Equestrian Team. Eventually she made her way back to Texas and now resides in Rowlett, TX. Jamie has always stayed in the same discipline while showing at AQHA and NSBA shows which are the Amateur performance all-around events. Some of Jamie’s accomplishments are AQHYA World Champion, All American Quarter Horse Congress Champion, and NSBA World and Reserve World Champion.
Jamie and her current horse, Son Of A Sudden, recently were crowned NSBA All-Around Amateur, NSBA World Champion Amateur Horsemanship, NSBA World Champion Amateur Equitation, and Bronze Trophy winner in Amateur Showmanship.
Jamie’s horse, better known as Dez, resides in Pilot Point, TX under the guidance of Professional Horseman trainers.
“This is the second horse I’ve had on Arnall’s Naturals Total Plus. I love this product because for my discipline I need a good joint supplement and the bonus is that it’s also a great multi vitamin for my Dez. His overall body and coat look amazing and it’s prolonging time between injections.”
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My name is Abby Medlin and I was born and raised on a ranch in southeast New Mexico. I came to college in Stephenville, Texas where I was on the rodeo team at Tarleton State University for 4 years. During my time at Tarleton, I acquired my Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and my Masters in Business Administration. I fell in love with Stephenville (the cowboy capital of the world) and decided to call it my home because I believe that anyone wanting to excel in this industry should be competing and practicing with the greatest in the industry, which is where most rodeo icons call home. I am 24 years old and I have rodeoed my entire life. My father, Jeff Medlin, qualified for the National Finals Rodeo two years in the team roping. I also have an older brother, Logan, who is on track for his first appearance at the NFR this year in the team roping as well. So I have lived, breathed, and dreamed of rodeo for as long as I can remember.
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A Southern California native until 2010, Sarahjoy now calls the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas home. Riding for 29 years, Sarahjoy has been a hunter/jumper professional for the vast majority of her adult life. In 2016, she suffered a mild stroke that threatened to permanently end her professional career. In the aftermath, she stopped teaching and training. The only equine Sarahjoy happened to own at the time, was a Welsh pony. So that’s where her physical therapy began, and took off. Summer of 2017 she slowly started competing this pony. Ending the year on the local circuit with an impressive number of wins in the 3’-3’3” Jumpers. That pony, Glendonwyn Prince of Thieves (better known as PT) has become a local celebrity, in his own right, and is currently making his transition into the 1.10m on the “A” Circuit, with Sarahjoy in the irons. 2018 has brought a renewed purpose in riding and Sarahjoy will be returning to her professional activities soon.
Growing up in SoCal, Sarahjoy rode with the great Tommy Lowe as a junior, and with Blenheim Farm as a young amateur. As a young teen, her willingness to ride anything with four legs, landed her two full-ride sponsors. Both on sponsor-owned horses, an Arabian Endurance horse named Jamez Bond and a Western Pleasure Quarter Horse named Fatal Vision. On both mounts she won numerous awards and championships. All this, while also showing her own hunter. Her first job, while still a junior, was teaching lessons for Richard Spooner’s mother at the Huntington Beach Equestrian Center Riding School. Sarahjoy then worked as a full-time farrier’s assistant for four years, which enabled her to compete as a amateur.
Sarahjoy has competed up to the Jimmy Williams’ Futures Class and in the PHA, Foxfield and WCE Medal Finals. She has ridden in clinics with Holly Hugo-Vidal, Greg Best, George Morris and Bernie Traurig. She has worked for Liz Denny, Colleen Buckley Brombach and Britt McCormick.
"My veterinarian first suggested I try using Arnall’s Naturals. I wanted a multi vitamin product that would also provide joint support. This product completely fits the bill! I use Total Plus. It gives me the peace of mind knowing my performance Pony is absolutely taken care of from the inside out. Thank you Arnall’s Naturals!" - Sarahjoy Crain Mount, Professional Hunter/Jumper
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Emilie Mudd is an Area V based professional equestrian having ridden for over thirteen years. Emilie specializes in Three-Day Eventing but also competes in Rated Dressage and Jumper shows. Emilie began riding at the age of five under the guidance of eventing instructor Heidi Hewlett before transitioning to trainer Regis Webb. Under Regis’s instruction Emilie has achieved success through the Prelim level in eventing with plans competing in her first International Event in the spring of 2018. 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 a freak accident sidelined her for the end of the fall season. Coming back to competition in early 2018, Emilie is in top form to start the season with a rigorous schedule.
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.
Emilie's horse, Quite Nice 11 “Q”, is a 16.2, 2011 Holsteiner Gelding bred in Germany. After being imported by Clayton Fredericks he was purchased in the summer of 2016 and began his eventing career in the United States with Emilie. Together they have achieved numerous top placings at Training level, beginning 2017 with wins at the Texas Rose and Holly Hill, and Chatt Hills Horse Trials.
"His coat looks healthy and his dapples are clearly showing through. We have a rigorous training schedule but his recovery rate is amazing. 'Q' comes out every day ready to work with no soreness or stiffness from the day before."
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Caitlyn Rockett is a North East Texas-based professional equestrian with more than 20 years of experience training horses for the sports of Dressage and Eventing, and more than 10 years of experience teaching and coaching. She specializes in building a solid foundation for both horse and rider alike. With her strong ties with USPC, IEA, USEA, and USDF she focuses on educating those around her in the proper care of the horse and believes this is the first step to becoming a responsible horseman.
Learn more about Caitlyn at https://www.facebook.com/foretoldheights/
USEA ICP Certified Instructor
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Becky has been working with horses for over 35 years as a rider, trainer, and instructor. She has competed through the Advanced level and FEI CIC three star level in eventing. She started Landmark Eventing in Celina, TX in 2001 and then relocated it to Idylwild Farms in Pilot Point, TX in 2012. She has worked with some remarkable trainers during her career, ridden and audited many clinics with Olympic riders and trainers. She currently works with Mary D’Arcy O’Connell who was the Irish Eventing Team Coach from Atlanta through Athens, 2 WEGs, and several European Championships.
Learn more about Becky at Landmark Eventing.