Hailey Royce

 Hailey began riding horses at 4 years old, and over the years she has become a pro at balancing school, training and competition.


Her long list of accomplishments includes these wins in 2021:

-Winter Equestrian Festival - $10,000 High Junior Jumper Classic (10th aboard Goldbreaker)

-Winter Equestrian festival - $1,500  High Junior Jumper - (5th aboard Goldbreaker)

-Winter Equestrian Festival - $10,000 High Junior Jumper Classic (7th aboard Goldbreaker)

-Winter Equestrian Festival - $10,000 Medium Junior Jumper Classic (2nd aboard Sherlock Holmes 21)

Brittni Raflowitz

Following a successful career as a junior, Brittni turned pro at age 18.

This talented athlete promptly went on to win Individual Silver in the Young Rider Championship in 2015 and the following year she represented the U.S in the Nations Cup in Europe.  Continuing to compete Internationally and at the highest levels, Brittni began riding for Team Israel in 2019.

Taylor Harris

Born and raised in Southern California, Taylor graduated from UC Berkeley where she founded an Equestrian club and also served as Team Captain. After earning a degree in Business, Taylor continued her studies at The London School of Economics. While pursuing a career in banking, Taylor continued to ride and compete at the national level earning top placings at national grand prix on the West Coast. Taylor moved to the east coast to pursue her passion for riding and to compete at the top of the sport, but she also has a home in LA and manages a farm in Ventura County, CA. Lola, her adopted dog, travels everywhere with her.

Katie McCann

Katie McCann is a college graduate from Boston Massachusetts pursuing her dream to reach the pinnacle of the show jumping sport. After spending her junior years doing the pony hunters and the equitations, in 2017, Katie began a jumper career with Ilan Bluman. Katie’s first and current jumper mount is Eliana. Katie purchased her at age 6 from Holland and she considers Eliana her soulmate. Katie found it was a bumpy road at first, having a green horse and rider combination. However, once a partnership was established, the pair quickly went from the 1m to the 1.50m Saturday Night Lights on the big stage in Wellington. Katie has jumped national Grand Prixs in Lake Placid, WEF, and Tryon. She has also competed in 2* Grand Prixs at the Longines Masters in New York and the Palm Beach Masters.

Sydney Collier

Sydney is a Paralympic Equestrian athlete who competes in Para Dressage.

At age 16 Sydney earned a spot on the US Para Dressage team and was the youngest competitor at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in France. At age 18, Sydney won the 2016 US Para-Dressage National Championships. That same year she went on to became the youngest member in the equestrian portion of the 2016 Paralympics at Rio de Janeiro as part of Team USA.

Sydney has dedicated her life to service, she maintains a busy schedule between athletic and equestrian training, guest speaking and volunteering. She is also attending DeVry University on an Olympic Scholarship where she is majoring in Communications. In addition, Sydney has most recently been named an alternate for the US Paralympic Dressage Team and will be heading to Tokyo for the postponed 2020 games.

Cara McFadden

Cara is attending Penn State University as a Forensic Science major with a minor in Arabic while continuing to train at Beacon Hill Show Stables in New Jersey. Cara finished in the top 15 at 2020 Medal Finals, she was 7th in the USHJA Jumping Seat Final Gymnastics Phase, and was Reserve Champion in the 16 yo Equitation division at Capital Challenge.

Besides riding, Cara has always had a passion for volunteering, crafts, and modeling.

Lily McFadden

Lily has competed and ribboned at many of the top shows including WEF, Princeton, Lake Placid, Capital Challenge, and many more. She placed 8th in the High Children’s Welcome at NAL Finals in 2020 and has been very competitive in the Low Juniors of 2021. Lily’s goal is to be in the top placings at NAL Finals in the low Juniors. When she is not competing she spends time with a new, green horse at Beacon Hill.

Auriel August, MD

Auriel August , MD is a physician, med-tech innovator and life-long equestrian originally from West Palm Beach, Florida. After taking a long hiatus from horses to pursue medical training, she is excited to be back in full force. Auriel loves to advocate for diversity and inclusion both in the health profession and the show ring. Auriel competes in the amatuer jumpers and resides in Palo Alto, CA

Kayley Knollman

Kayley is an FEI Junior Dressage rider and Bronze medalist who enjoys training and competing with her two horses, Zeppelin, a 9 year old Lusitano Andalusian x, and Dardo, an 18 year old Andalusian gelding.

Sarah Redman

Sarah Redman began riding at six years old and has been showing competitively for many years. Sarah received her Bachelor's Degree in Health Science from Monmouth University, while showing in the Amateur Owner Hunter divisions along the East Coast. After college, Sarah decided to follow her passion for the equestrian sport and turned professional. Sarah worked under the guidance of many great trainers, but most recently worked for Stonehenge Stables and Max Amaya, as well as Samantha Schaefer of Shadow Ridge Farm. Realizing her love for teaching up and coming equestrians in the sport, Sarah decided to branch out on her own. In 2022, Sarah formed Twin Bay, LLC which specializes in the training and sales of hunters, equitation, and jumpers.

Lindsay Simmons Beale

Lindsay Simmons Beale has moved up the ranks over the past few years rising into the international grand prix arena this past year as a formidable competitor on her very own, produced from the ground up, Don Loma. She wasn’t born into the world of show jumping but her passion for her horses & the competition has driven her to great heights. Lindsay swears by Lauracea’s brand because it not only keeps her looking stylish but it also holds up to the daily demands of life on the road with two kids & 3 horses. The versatility of the bags are endless and allow Lindsay to quickly flip the configuration from a jumping backpack at competition to a carry-on when traveling, or even diaper bag when the kids are in tow.

Amanda Steege

Amanda is one of the most highly regarded, and successful, professional equestrian athletes in the nation. Born in Massachusetts, Amanda Steege grew up in the horse world, with both parents working as trainers and instructors in the hunter/jumper industry. Amanda was successful as a junior rider in the pony hunters, junior hunters, and equitation rings. After graduating from Boston College at the top of her class with a degree in Psychology, Amanda opened Ash Meadow Farm with locations in Califon, NJ and Ocala, FL. Together with her clients, she travels the East Coast for major amateur and professional horse shows.

Amanda has successfully competed on a number of horses, but she is best known for her partnership with Lafitte De Muze. Owned by Cheryl Olsten, Lafitte De Muze is WCHR Hunter of the Year and an EQUUS Foundation Equine Ambassador.

Amanda’s extensive wins include



-winner of the $50,000 WCHR Hunter Spectacular in Wellington

 --Winner of the Peter Wetherhill in Wellington  



-many Champions and Reserves at Devon, Capital Challenge, and Harrisburg, Upperville, Aiken Charity, Lake Placid, Vermont

-Champion at The National Horse Show

-Leading Hunter Rider at The National Horse Show

-Winner of $50,000 Hunter Classic at The National Horse Show

-Winner of The Jeffrey Katz award



-World Champion Hunter Rider National Champion

-winner of $50,000 Pro Challenge at Capital Challenge

-winner of $500,000 hunter prix finals at Saugerties

-green and grand green hunter champion at Capital Challenge and The National Horse Show

-Grand Hunter Champion at Lake Placid

-Grand Hunter Champion at Aiken


-2nd in the WCHR Hunter Spectacular in Wellington

-winner of two $20,000 3’6 / 3’9” Hunter Derbies at WEC Ocala as well as numerous championships for herself and Ashmeadow Farm clients



-Championships in Green Hunters at Devon in 2001, 2013, 2015

-Northeast regional professional champion World Champion Hunter Rider 8 times

-3rd place at International Derby Finals

-Winner of The Winters Run Sportsmanship award

-Numerous championships at Lake Placid, Hampton Classic, WEF, Capital Challenge, Harrisburg, Upperville, Vermont, Hits Ocala, Aiken

-$1,115,606.00 prize money won 2015-2019

-Been in the pro finals at Capital Challenge (for top 4 pros in the nation) 5 times