Our Trainer is Carolyn Duncan of Woodstock, GA
Carolyn started this farm as a young lady with a vision. Over the past few years she has devoted herself to creating something more than she had ever hoped for. Carolyn began riding in kindergarten and at age 9 she started competing. She has been trained by many fine instructors including but not limited to the following: Chris Elliott, Hank Bloom "r" Full Bloom Farm), Woody Dykers "R" , Trica Waclena (Rosewood Farm), Suzzane King (Teamwork Dressage), Dawn Secontine (Academy of Equestian Arts) and former Olympic instructor Galale Abdula
Carolyn has done most of her competing on the Arabian show circuit and has won many titles over the years. After an accident when she was 17 she began working with the special Olympics where she donated much of her time. This was the start to her becoming an instructor. She started giving lessons at small farms and grew her clientele by word of mouth only. Each summer she donates a week of her time to be an instructor at the Arabian Youth Jamboree which is open to all breeds and disciplines.
Today Carolyn has become a well know trainer and local judge. Over the past few years Carolyn has been a board member for the Georgia Arabian Horse Association, won top five at the US Sport Horse Nationals in Kentucky on her horse Shady in the Open Jumpers, she has served as a local judge at schooling and GHJA (Georgia hunter jumper association) shows, successfully taken students to compete at US Sport Horse Nationals bringing home a total of 6 National top tens, attended the USEF Judges Clinic in West Palm for Hunters and Equitation and started a High school Equestrian team that she has coached since 2010. Carolyn believes in teaching her riders to enjoy riding but she also teaches responsibility and discipline. Whether a rider is learning for show or for pleasure Carolyn feels that all riders should learn proper care of the horse and equipment. Carolyn is experienced and capable of adjusting her lessons to fit the need of each horse and rider.