We have the BEST TEAM! All of us are committed to helping you get started and seeing you progress in Working Equitation. 

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Lise is a retired school teacher with 25 years in Public Education, and is aMaster Teacher. She trains horses in French Classical Dressage, teachesWorking Equitation and is a Licensed official L' Judge candidate with  USAWE and WECan. Lise is passionate about teaching the WE ropes to Ontario equestrians and soon, judging shows!

Cathy Dias is a life-long classical dressage enthusiast and teaches at her facility North of Toronto. Cathy  is a strong supporter of Working Equitation growth in Ontario.  She believes in the well rounded progressive development and training that Working Equitation offers to horses and riders. 

With over 30 years as an equine professional, Stephanie has started, trained and competed multiples breeds of horses for recreation and sport. Along with competing in Eventing and  Dressage, Stephanie has served on executives for Eventing Canada and helped develop horse sport in Ontario. She believes in ongoing learning and is passionate about seeing the development of  Working Equitation in Onrtario.

Our Northern Ontario  connection, Amanda is passionate about all things horsemanship and partnership building. She is starting her young horse using Working Equitation as foundation and  has come to respect and enjoy the learning curve that creates a versatile well- educated mount!  Her goal is  to help promote and build a WE community and camaraderie in Ontario.

With over 50 years, competing in eventing, dressage and breeding Canadian Sport Horses Linda brings expertise in horse sport development from her long involvement in Canadian Young Rider programs and Athlete Development with Equestrian Canada. When Linda is not officiating as an EC Level 3 Technical Delegate of Eventing, she runs her  boarding and training facility, Sprucehaven Farm, hosting Olympic and International  clinicians. Linda is committed to developing WE in the equestrian community in Ontario.

Tracy is a published writer and photographer specializing in horse-related topics and sport. For three decades she's contributed to Horse Sport and the Toronto Star. A lifetime equestrian, Tracy breeds Canadian Sport Ponies. She competes with her Morgan  in Dressage and soon, Working Equitation