Lynne Redmond has been a lifelong Saddlebred enthusiast as well as a coach and trainer for almost 20 years. After debuting in the show ring in the 5 Gaited Open division at just 10 years of age, that kind of adrenaline rush set the stage for an ongoing pursuit of the same and a passion for saddle seat competition. With a focus in her program for developing equitation in all ages, a love for 5 gaited and all things Saddlebred, the theme of Camelot Equestrian is "... place of dreams". Lynne enjoys teaching all ages and all levels, from beginner to World Cup students. Although she has taught all disciplines of riding (western, basic seat english, and jumping), Lynne specializes now in saddle seat primarily (with exceptions of course!). Lynne herself still enjoys showing in Canada and the US. Lynne is currently the Manager of the Canadian 2017 Invitational and 2018 World Cup Teams, President of ASHA of Canada, is also on the boards for the ASHA of Alberta and Saddle Seat Canada. The focus of her program is to have fun, learn and enjoy the entire horse experience!
Jessica's first ride was a fateful trail ride when she was 2 years old and even though her boots kept falling off she was hooked. While she originally started riding western/hunter with Arabians, Jessica made the transition to American Saddlebreds and saddleseat around 10+ years ago.
5 gaited and showing saddleseat have been be main focus up to this point but Jessica is excited to help people achieve their personal riding goals. Whether that's growing to a show rider or a pleasure rider. She wants to be there to support and educate no matter where you want to go. Jessica is currently a director on the American Saddlebred association of Canada and has previously served on the provincial saddlebred board as well.
Jessica is a "lifer" when it comes to horses and all that goes with that. Currently offering saddleseat lessons for beginners and intermediate riders but can include some hunter as well. Certified and insured with current first aid certification.
Danielle is an all around horsewoman with experience in both English and Western disciplines. Most of her show and coaching experience is with hunter and jumper riders however she has had the pleasure of learning from and working with some exceptional western horsemen and horsewomen in the most recent years. Danielle started in western riding when she bought a QH colt about 11 years ago and enlisted the help of Jonathan Field to help start him with her. Ever since then she has soaked up every ounce of natural style horsemanship and western riding she could get her hands on. She has worked on a couple of ranches and in a auction yard learning how to train young horse and work cows. She has been teaching groundwork lessons and putting foundations on horses and riders since she finished university in 2009. A couple years ago she also received certification in equine massage and rehab and her passion is holistic horsemanship. Her company is Vibe Equine Wellness and she offers many services for horses and riders.
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Ride Fit delivers a comprehensive riding and fitness program operated by proffesional 1.20m rider Rebecca Munzo. Her vision is to establish exceptional equine and equestrian athletes, with a focus on horse husbandry and quality care. Ride Fit strives to motivate horse owners to learn what their horse is trying to convey.
Certified by Equine Canada, she graduated from the Olds College Equine Science program, majoring in coaching in 2012. Utilizing her expertise as a Canfit Pro Fitness Instructor Specialist, she incorporates physical conditioning as an integral part of students curriculum and development.
In addition, Rebecca is a registered Equine Canada Rider Level Evaluator. The Learn to Ride program, as part of Long Term Equestrian Development (LTED) is the backbone of Ride Fit's Program. It provides structure for the development of a rising student. The Learn to Ride Program has served as a great guideline and way to monitor progress for coaches and students.