Rosemary, our Equestrian Program Director, is our lead certified instructor who works well with kids and adults of all ages and abilities. She has been riding for over 35 years and teaching for over 26. She specializes in centered riding and horsemanship. She is very friendly and outgoing and gets along great with all of our students and horses!
Meaghan has been riding for almost eighteen years and has been teaching for nine. She has mostly ridden english pleasure and dressage and has successfully competed in both disciplines. She is now exploring the world of eventing with her young horse, Rosey. She enjoys working with students of all ages and abilities. Meaghan is also proficient in American Sign Language (ASL) and has experience teaching Deaf students how to ride.
Allie has been riding for over 15 years and has 5 years of experience teaching people of all ages and abilities. She has ridden and competed in Hunters, Jumpers, Equitation and Eventing with a strong focus on jumping. Allie loves teaching kids of any level and especially those with an interest in learning to jump!
Kendra has been riding for 14 years and has been teaching for over 5 years. She has ridden dressage, hunters and western pleasure. Kendra loves teaching young children who are just starting to show an interest in horses as well as advanced riders.
Molly has been riding for seventeen years. She grew up in the Midwest and began her riding career learning Western. She then moved on to the English disciplines, and has developed a passion for dressage and jumping. Molly is currently training her Western pleasure/barrel bred Quarter Horse, Dusty, the ropes of dressage. She loves teaching beginner lessons, and also enjoys challenging more advanced students.
Tess, our newest horsemanship instructor has been working with horses for over 15 years. She has a passion for training horses. She interns for the University of Southern Maine here at Camp Ketcha on the ropes course and here at the barn.