All Around, All Purpose, Dressage, Endurance, Show, Trail, Training, Pleasure
Starting at day one of training with either a young horse or tune up on an older animal, Lizz encourages participation from the owner at each stage. Explaining through demonstration, she strives to impress on all her clients the importance of the relationship between the owner and the horse, not the trainer and the horse. By giving the owner the tools to continue the work with their own horse she increases their independence as they grow as horse people. It's your horse - Enjoy it!
Zz Training Llc
Lizz grew up in New York where she started taking riding lessons at age five. Over the years she became more involved with her stables and began working on weekends tacking up the lesson horses. She went to The University of Findlay to double major in Equestrian Studies and Business Management. Through connections at the school, Lizz was able to spend a summer riding for Tim and Helena Stormanns in Germany at their show jumping stable.... (read more) Lizz learned invaluable lessons riding horses of all levels, serving as a groom and presenting horses to clients. Her last year at the University of Findlay she rode for the Intercollegiate Dressage Association team. Lizz qualified for IDA Nationals both as a team rider and as an individual, where she was individual Reserve National Champion in her division. Working with trainers in the hunter/jumper, endurance, and natural horsemanship disciplines, Lizz expanded her knowledge base further. This broad base gives Lizz a wealth of perspective in helping each horse understand what is being asked of it - and each owner how to ask it. Lizz drives between client properties sharing her knowledge and helping clients with problem horses in the Prescott and Chino Valley areas in Arizona. She currently works with horses of varied disciplines including pleasure (western or English), trail, dressage, and even a few gaited horses. Lizz enjoys seeing the progress her clients make each day as they learn to overcome the daily challenges of working with such wonderful, occasionally opinionated, animals. With a newly acquired small stable, Lizz can now have a few horses on property in full training.
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