Trainers are encouraged to bring groups of students to Tulipsprings. Our courses are arranged to school mixed levels efficiently.
Trainers must be pre-approved to teach at Tulipsprings. This is done by adding Tulipsprings to the trainer's liability policy. Contact Carol for details.
Also please contact us to learn about trainer discounts and incentives.
412 East Canyon Dr.
Kennewick, WA 99337
Phone: (509) 521-1100
Carol is available by appointment to supervise your schooling sessions. She has been in the saddle for over 40 years, eventing for about 15 and has competed through Preliminary level. As owner of Tulipsprings, she knows these courses like her own backyard (!!) and is available to guide you and your horse around them. Contact info listed above.
Sarah Lorenz operates a lesson and training business named Stone’s Throw Farm in the Seattle area. She spent Fall 2012 in Kennewick and she will be returning to the area monthly to continue teaching her client base in Eastern Washington. Sarah specializes in Eventing and Dressage. Sarah has competed through Advanced level eventing, has achieved her A rating in Pony Club, and is a certified level II US Eventing instructor. For more info call her direct at 206.595.5150 or visit her website at www.stonesthrowfarm.com
Riders are required to school with supervision. This means having an approved trainer or supervisor in attendance for your safety.
Several trainers throughout the Pacific Northwest have registered to train at Tulipsprings. Ask your trainer about this and if they have not set themselves up with us, just have them contact us and we can assist with the simple process.
Tulipsprings is trainer-neutral and does not make specific trainer recommendations. If you don't have a trainer to accompany you to Tulipsprings, you may contact one of the following Kennewick area trainers to arrange a schooling session at Tulipsprings:
Allison earned a Bachelor's degree as an Equestrian Trainer and she has a Large Animal Massage Practitioner license. Allison is also certified as a USDF "L" Judge. Using this education and her own competition experience, Allison trains horses and students at all levels of Eventing and Dressage. Previously, Allison competed to 3'9" in Jumpers, won a full Training level 3-Day event, competed at IHSA hunt seat flat and over fences, and completed her Pony Club C-3 rating. Her Pyramid Equestrian facility www.pyramidequestrian.com is in Benton City, WA and she can be contacted at 253-973-5905 or email@example.com
Mary Burke owns and trains out of Burkeridge Farm in Ellensburg, Washington were she teaches Dressage, stadium jumping and cross country. She is currently competing nationally in Three Day Eventing. In 2008 she won the Open Preliminary Horse division at the American Eventing Championships in Chicago with her one star horse Tucker. In addition, she has competed in FEI dressage, at the Prix Saint George level, were she earned her Bronze medal and shown Hunters and Jumpers in the A show system with great success. Her vast experience in showing different disciplines and her degree in Physical Therapy and human anatomy gives her an excellent background for teaching the various levels and disciplines of riding.