Horse of Course
Jumping. Is the love for horses genetic? Is the desire for horses as a way of life inherited? If you ask Charlotte Booth, she would have to say a resounding "yes" to both questions. Her father was a third-generation trainer and her mother was a fifth-generation equestrian.
In 1949 Charlotte began training in hunt seat and jumping at the Watchung Stables, located just outside of New York City. Watchung Stables boasted 135 school horses. Lessons were taught by retired Calvary officers. She trained and competed with the other kids her age--now top pros such as George Morris, Frank Chapot, and Tommy Brede.
From there, Charlotte continued her hunt seat and jumping instruction and competition, got married, raised four children, moved to Oklahoma and taught countless students hunter/jumper lessons at Buxton Hunt Farms, Cedar Hill, Jenny Paisley Stables, and currently at Eastwick.
With emphasis on rhythm and body position, Charlotte can definitely take you and your horse to great heights. For information about jumping lessons, contact Charlotte at 405-517-9084, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dressage. Our boarders interested in dressage benefit from the instruction of Katie Pazoureck. No one can make a horse dance like Katie can. Katie trained at the National Riding Academy at Varendorf, Germany. She also trained with Judy Baumeister of Piedmont, Oklahoma. Katy's keen skill and boundless energy produce the most powerful riding results from her students and their horses. Eastwick Boarders can email email@example.com for more information about training with Katie.
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