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Directors at Large
Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm.
All members are welcome to attend.
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Meet The JUDGES
Kimberly Robbins of Equestrian Enrichment has been training dressage for over 25 years. Her dressage career began with Arabians and Morgans Several Regional and National Championships were obtained in dressage at both USDF and Open and Breed Restricted shows.
She was recognized with her Arabians as USEF Horse of the Year for 6 years in a row with two different horses. Kimberly is a current USDF Bronze, Silver, Bronze Freestyle Bar, and Silver Freestyle Bar Rider on horses that she has trained on her own. Currently she is working on obtaining her "USDF Gold medal.
Past and present trainers\clinicians include Lars Petersen, Jochen Hippenstiel, Linda Zang, Gary Rockwell, Lilo Fore, Roz Kinstler , Sarah Michael, and Sandra Tull. Kim continues to educate herself through clinics, lessons, and symposiums.
Currently her business resides at Meadowland Farm in Davison, MI with a wide variety of different breeds from draft horses to warmbloods.
Shari Wolke is a USDF L Graduate With Distinction, USDF Bronze medalist, and FEI rider, clinician, trainer and coach. She judges schooling shows and teaches clinics throughout Michigan and the Midwest. Since 2011, she has traveled to judge many competitions in the region, including shows in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. In 2021, Shari is scheduled to judge shows throughout Michigan and Ohio.
Shari has been riding for 24 years, starting out in the hunter/jumper world, and studied dressage with such dressage icons as Maryal Barnett, Jan Ebeling, and Ruth Hill-Schorsch. Shari is also a certified riding Instructor through the American Riding Instructor’s Association (ARIA), with certifications in Dressage and Recreational Riding. More information can be found on her website, www.shariwolke.com.
Janice Smith has completed the USDF L Educational Program becoming an L Grad in 2014 and has completed the continuing education requirements for L grads each year since then.
Additionally, Janice has also attended the Western Dressage Association "Train the Trainers" program.
Currently, she has three horses: a recently retired 27 year old Trakehner; her current horse, is an Oldenburg mare - schooling at 2nd level- And, just for fun, she has a PMU, draft cross rescue.
Janice and her husband live on our farm in Mason with the horses, dogs, cats, chickens and Koi.
Stephanie is a lifelong equine enthusiast who has been judging horses professionally for over 15 years. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science, where she competed nationally on the Michigan State University Intercollegiate Horse Judging and Equestrian Teams, and a Master's degree in Business.
Stephanie is a USDF Bronze Medalist, a USDF 'L' Graduate with distinction, a Michigan Horse Show carded judge, an AHA Rider of Excellence, an AHA Horseman of Merit, and has earned numerous national and regional awards through AHA, USDF and USEF competitions since 2004.
Glenda Warner is an USDF “L” Judge With Distinction having 26 years of experience, as well as a “r” USEF/WDAA Judge. Dressage has been Ms. Warner’s lifelong passion for over 50 years, 43 years of which were spent studying Dressage Training under USET Horseman Hall of Fame Trainer, Gabor Foltenyi. Prior to that study, her Grandfather was a renowned California Reinsman, holding the secrets of that system which he used in training ranch and show horses for distinguished ranches in the region. Ms. Warner’s judging reputation is one that specifically relates to the biomechanics of the horse and rider in reaching the true horseman’s goal of creating happy, sound and enduring horses