Lucinda Green and Helen Ayer
Ledyard 2000
Lucinda Green

Lucinda Green is one of Great Britain’s top event riders. At the age of 19, she won Badminton for the first time and two years later became the Individual European Champion. She went on to win Badminton an astounding five more times on five different horses, has been European Champion, World Champion, and an Olympic Team Silver and European Team Gold Medallist. For thirteen out of fifteen years, Lucinda was a member of the British team, and was the leading rider a record seven seasons. Currently retired, Lucinda now conducts regular cross-country clinics in the US and UK, is a special correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, and a member of the BBC’s commentary team for Horse Trials.

Allison Springer

Allison Springer has continually finished in the top ten on the Leading Rider board for The United States Eventing Association. She has been named multiple times to the United States Equestrian Team's High Performance Training List. A veteran four-star event rider, trainer, and coach, Allison aspires to represent the United States in Olympic and International competition. This year Allison was the reserve rider for the US Three Day Eventing Team at he World Equestrian Games. Allison actively competes across the country and internationally, trains and shows horses for clients, and teaches professional and amateur riders. Allison's horsemanship is paramount: her commitment to the well being of the horse yields a system that balances competitive edge with long-term stability in the sport. Allison’s commitment to the sport of eventing is impressive as well. She is a founding member and sits on the Executive Board of the Professional Riders Organization – a group committed to serving the interests and concerns of professional event riders competing at the highest levels of the sport ( Allison is also a member of the USEA’s Board of Governors and is active in The Professional Horseman’s Council, Young Event Horse and Membership Committees. Allison is a certified ICP Level 4 instructor and she graduated from Bowdoin College in 1997.

Darren Chiacchia

With his Trakehner stallion Windfall II, Darren Chiacchia won team bronze at the 2004 Athens Olympics, and in the same year won the modified division at Rolex. The pair also won individual gold at the 2003 Pan American Games. Darren is a Level IV instructor and mentor for the USEA Instructor Certification Program (ICP) and is the top-ranked Advanced rider in Area I. His farm is based in Springville, New York.

Bonnie Mosser

Bonnie Mosser's many eventing achievements include winning the Foxhall National Advanced Championship CCI*** (2002) and the Jersey Fresh CCI***(2007). She was honored as the highest placed American rider at Burghley CCI**** in 2006, where she finished 11th. In 2007, she also won the Jersey Fresh Mandatory Outing for the Pan American Games, but was unable to compete do to a last minute problem that kept her horse at home. She has been a member of the U.S. Equestrian High Performance Development Squad for the past 5 years. In 2006, Bonnie was the first alternate for the WEG in Aachen Germany. When not competing, Bonnie maintains a busy teaching schedule at her Point Above Farm in Unionville, PA, and giving clinics around the country.

Nick Turner

Nick Turner has a wealth of experience in many equestrian disciplines and specializes in eventing. Nick was the first winner of the Young Riders Show Jumping Championships at Olympia and continued jumping to international level until eventing took over in the early 1990's. He has competed at Badminton, Burghley, Bramham and Blenheim 3-Day Events as well as many others both in the UK and internationally. The majority of this has been achieved on horses that joined Nick as novices. Throughout his competitive career, Nick has spent much time coaching other riders at all levels, something he is passionate about. He has coached in USA, Switzerland, Ireland and Japan as well as the UK. More on Nick visit
Fellow of the British Horse Society ( FBHS )
British Eventing Senior International Selector
Member of the British Equestrian Federation Coaching Development Team
British Eventing Accredited Coach
British Dressage Accredited Trainer
Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Progremming (NLP) in Sport

Ashley MacVaugh

Ashley MacVaugh is a Three Day Event rider, competitor, trainer, and coach. She has years of national and international experience, and a total dedication to horses and the sport of "eventing." She has had great success bringing horses to the three and four star level, and has represented the United States at the Pan American Games, and internationally at the Burghley Four Star in England. She coaches people of all ages and abilities including kids, adult amateurs, and aspiring upper level riders. She is a Level III ICP Certified Instructor.

She was the Area I Young Rider coach in 2008, 2009 and 2010.