associatetrainers

Art2Ride has developed an Associate Trainers Program for followers around the world who have studied the system and demonstrated their abilities and understanding of how to systematically develop a horse through the levels. Certified Associate Trainers have been through a rigorous process in which they have to demonstrate their abilities and understanding of Classical Foundation Training. Demonstrating their ability to recognize a properly engaged horse, the ability to correctly engage a horse and the skill to help others achieve the same goals. We are proud to recommend these trainers around the world!

Following is a list of Certified Associate Trainers:

USA

California

Amber Matusek 

Level 1, 2, 3

Sarah Montrowl

Level 1, 2, 3

Angel Klawiter
Tricia Yates 

Level 1

 Jena Bengston

Level 1

 Indiana

Cherisse LaSalle - Level 1

Maine, USA

Chelsea MacPhail 

Level 1, 2

 

Nevada, USA

Allison Brunelli 

Level 1, 2

 

New York, USA

Katherine Potter 

Level 1

 Samantha Rubio
Level 1

New Jersey, USA

Marnie Macibronski

Level 1, 2, 3

 

Ohio

Joan Sladek

Level 1

 

Pennsylvania

Carol Darlington 

Level 1, 2

 

GLOBAL

 Belgium

Elizabeth Spetschinsky

Level 1, 2

Canada

Karli Starman 

Level 1, 2

    Erin O'Rielly

Level 1 

 

Denmark

Linda Thilqvist

Level 1

England

Olivia McGann

Level 1

Sammy Thomas

Level 1

Netherlands

Yvon Hoogervorst 

Level 1, 2

 

Norway

Linn Therese Olafsen

Level 1

Tahia Lisell Rison

Level 1

Poland

Valentina Max Galatioto

Level 1

 

Russia

Ekaterina Krylova

Level 1

 

Sweden

Anne Saari

Level 1, 2, 3

Tytti Vanhala

Level 1, 2

 Emmeli Johansson

Level 1

Miriam Johansson

Level 1

 
     

 

Amber Matusek

Level 1, 2, 3

Sarah Montrowl

Level 1

Anne Saari

Level 1

Amber Matusek
Level 1

 



From the Blog!

Join me as I post weekly blogs covering many topics relating to Classical Foundation Training. I have intentionally left out the word "dressage" because many people have a negative association with the prevalent "crank and spank" approach or that it is a sport for only those who are afraid to jump.

Dressage as it is meant to be is an understanding of how to best optimize a horse's movement and ability to carry a rider, surely a benefit for any horse, any discipline. It is also important in maintaining your horse's safety, soundness and sanity.

Art2Ride Associate Trainer Program: Virginia and Toby Submission 1

Art2Ride Associate Apprentice Virginia discusses her ongoing training with her horse Toby.

Amber and Perhaps: Foundation Level 1 Test 5

Amber and Perhaps demonstrate the World Dressage Federation Foundation Level 1 Test 5. Will Faerber comments on test.

Art2Ride Associate Trainer Program: Cherisse LaSalle Submission 3

Art2Ride Associate Trainer Cherisse discusses her ongoing progress with her horse Charlie.