Trainer Kaitlin Tripp
Kaitlin Tara Tripp began her competitive lifestyle at the young age of six years old. She was inspired by her Grandfather Theodore Schleuning, who was a member of the Detroit Mounted Police Force, where he trained both Officers and their equines and much more. The last 15 years of her equestrian career has consisted of assisting and competing with trainers at several varieties of expertise's and disciplines. These include but are not limited to English, Western, Dressage, and Show Jumping. Her experiences have developed her into a reputable, well-rounded horse-woman, trainer and competitor.
At the age of 10, Kait earned a spot in Top 10 at Tom Power Futurity.
She earned a spot as Champion/Reserve champion in SNEHA (Southern new England Horsemen's Association) for several years back to back.
In 2013 she was placed in the Top 15 award bracket in Connecticut Hunter Jumpers Association.
She specializes in working with Young/Green horses, OTTB, as well as working with beginner and intermediateriders.
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