About Danielle & C.A.F.

Danielle was born with a passion for horses and riding, and now has 25 years of riding/training experience. She enjoys and respects the versatility of the horse, and has competed successfully in dressage and eventing.
Danielle has brought numerous young horses along and to their first shows and excels in giving youngsters a solid foundation. She also has a specialty for dealing with problem solving, and restarting.
She has worked under numerous trainers and always strives for growth and continues her education daily.
In her training she follows closely the styles of Carl Hester, Buck Brannaman, Warwick Schiller, Ingrid Klimke, Denny Emerson, Jim Wofford, Philippe Karl, Alize Fromont.
“My goal is to be the best I can be for the horse and the sport. I never want to stop learning and growing and I want to indulge in the knowledge that have made my peers successful. I love improving myself as well as my horses, and being apart of their journey.”
Resume & Accomplishments~
Competes rated dressage has shown up to third level successfully on her own horses.
-In 2017 Danielle Competed in the Thoroughbred makeover at the KY horse park. She placed 19th out of 90 rides in eventing, with a score of 70% in dressage landing her 8th place after dressage.
-In 2014 Danielle topped 5th out of 30 horsewoman from around the country (including Mary Kitzmiller – who just recently competed in road to the horse, Marcia Moore Harrison – Cowboy dressage, and a quite a few other well known trainers) in the first ever American horsewoman’s challenge (and first ever liberty competition). She had 6 months to train a green horse to compete in a 3 day competition in Guthrie OK.
-Danielle has competed in Eventing for almost 10 years, and has brought numerous horses to their first 3 phase. She has started many young horses, and has retrained countless horses for the majority of her career.
Currently Danielle competes in Eventing, Jumpers, Dressage.