Jamie has been producing horses and riders for 30+ years. His knowledge and teaching ability consistently produces riders from never having ridden to successfully competing in Young Rider classes and Grand Prixs. His ability to mold raw talent into success at the top of this sport is unmatched. Jamie has been at the highest level of the sport jumping in classes from Spruce Meadows to Palm Beach. Come and let him show you how to become the best that you can be! Read below to see just some of his training accomplishments.
Jamie's riders' Accomplishments include -
Ashly Partow started her riding career with Jamie and went on to high amateur owner jumper champion at lake placid. She was also 3rd at the horse show in New York pier. She accomplished a Grand Prix win and many placings at that level.
Danielle Miranda started with Jamie riding ponies and accrued 27 championships in one year. Moved to horses and was many times champion in ch/ad jumpers at places like Hamptons and marshall & sterling finals. Went on to may high jr jumper championships and jumping her first Grand Prix.
Ali Apruzzese started competing with Jamie in the children's hunters and moved through the ranks to the jr jumpers and her first Grand Prix. Ali also qualified for uset finals at gladstone
Molly Newsome started with Jamie from her first horse show all the way to circuit champion in the junior jumpers at wef, winning all of the classes at the national horse show in Syracuse, winning the 1.45 speed derby at spruce meadows, etc. She jumped her first Grand Prix at Princeton and showed for a whole season at that level before going to college.
Thomas Welsh started riding with Jamie as a 13 year old boy. Within a year Thomas was competing successfully in the high children's jumpers at Spruce Meadows. In three years Thomas started winning the in High Junior Jumpers and has since started competing in small Grand Prixs.
Riley Newsome also began riding with Jamie at 9 years old. She won too many pony championships and circuit champions to count. Riley qualified for and competed at all of the indoor shows and usef at gladstone. Riley's best at finish was an 86 in the final round of the usef. Riley won in every jumper division she showed in. Throughout her career Jamie would help Riley find catch rides for many people with a lot of success. Riley went on to win 8 out of 9 classes in spruce meadows with Touch and Go. She also won Bronze medal at Young Riders finals in Kentucky.
Sarah's passion is developing horses to perform at the top of their ability. She specializes in the training of young jumpers and re-training of horses with a difficult history. Sarah has competed in everything from 2018 World Cup Finals, 1.60 CSI5* Grand Prix's to International Hunter derbies and most everything in between. Sarah's main focus at the Chester Riding Club is developing and selling horses.
Sarah is currently ranked 6th in the Longines World Cup Eastern Sub-League standings.