Reanna Willey grew up on a summer camp with a herd of 60 horses.
Reanna received her BS in Equine Production and Management from Virginia Tech. She has over 20 years experience as a riding instructor and has held level 3 CHA certification, was a NARHA certified therapeutic riding instructor, and is a judge for open shows.
She has coached riders to US Pony Club national championships in Eventing and Show Jumping and through Preliminary level eventing. Over the years Reanna has trained in Western, Vaulting, Driving, and Dressage to name a few disciplines!
Corinne grew up riding at a local farm in the New River Valley. She then rode with and worked for an Eventing coach in Lexington, Virginia during college. She graduated from Hollins University in 2016. Corinne first discovered a love of teaching horseback riding when she volunteered at summer camps in high school. She has almost 10 years of experience teaching lessons.
Corinne has competed in Dressage, Hunters, Jumpers, and Eventing. She has a fondness for working with off-track Thoroughbreds, and is currently working with a new prospect to compete in Eventing. She has been a member of 4H and the United States Pony Club, achieving her C2 rating and was a recipient of the USPC Dancing Weather Memorial Award for high point equitation score. Corinne has qualified numerous times for American Eventing Championships.
Lauren grew up riding, competing, and working on horse farms in the heart of horse country in Maryland. She graduated from Virginia Tech in 2018, and is currently a PhD student studying traumatic brain injury.
Lauren particularly loves working with young horses, and trained a number of Welsh ponies who went on to be Pony Finals winners. She helped bring her high school Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) team to Nationals and has won over a dozen year-end titles on several show circuits. In addition to her success training horses and ponies for the hunter circuit, she trained for many years under a top eventing coach and brought along several eventing prospects. Her background has allowed her to coach riders in a variety of disciplines and her teaching focuses on building well-rounded riders.