"A" Circuit Riders

Jessica Hunter

Jessica Hunter is 22 years old and has been riding for 16 years.  Starting out at Meadowlarke Stables when she was just 6 years old, she vows that the stables has kept her out of trouble.
Jessica rides and shows her horse 'Razzmatazz' in the Adult Amauter's Hunter division on the 'A' Circiut. . Jessica and her horse 'Razzmatazz' has finished 10th place in the 2009 show season.  She also completed at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in 2009 with 'Razzmatazz'.

She has also showed 'Classic Touch' in the Baby Green Division this year and finished 14th overall.  Jessica has also did some Jumper shows this year with 'Don Juan' and placed numberous times.
Jessica has had a lot of success in her showing career and consistently finishes in the top ten of her divisions each year. "I love competing" she says, "it teaches you a lot and builds your confidence."

 

Anne-Marie Sciarillo

anne-marie and andyanne-marie and andyAnne-Marie began riding when she was 10 years old at the Meadowlarke Stables Summer Camp. She immediately fell in love with the horses and knew this was what she wanted to do. " I just couldn't stay away." Anne-Marie has been showing for the past 5 years and has really enjoyed it. In 2007 Anne-Marie showed a beautiful mare named Buffy aka "Almost an Angel", and finished 3rd overall in the Junior Division on the Challenge Series. For 2009 Anne-Marie will show Andy aka "Almost Famous" in the Open Hunter and Equitation Divisions on the Challenge Series. Anne-Marie will also show Sienna aka "Addition Elle" in the Beginner Childrens Division on the "A" Circuit. Anne-Marie loves spending her time at the barn doing whatever she can to help out and loves being in the wonderful environment that Meadowlarke Stables offers. " I really owe it all to my coach Stacey French who has taught me so much, without her I would not be where I am today. Thank-you for everything."

Amy Cleveland

Amy Cleveland InstructorAmy ClevelandAmy began riding 9 years ago at the Meadowlarke Stables Summer Camp, and has kept going ever since. "I was immediately hooked on the sport, and fell in love with all the wonderful horses." Amy has shown successfully in the Challenge Series in the past with her first love Spock aka "Starship Trooper", a fixture at Meadowlarke. " I learned so much from that little guy!" Amy is currently part-boarding a mare named Mocha aka "Uptown Girl" who she will be showing on the Challenge Series in the Equitation and Open Divisions this season. Amy will also show Mocha in the Beginner Adult Division on the "A" Circuit. As for the future, Amy is happy to continue working with Mocha and continuing to learn from her great coach, Stacey French. Ultimately, like most riders, she would love to own her own horse one day.