Tami Batts has earned her USDF bronze, silver and gold medals and is an “S” dressage judge.
Many of Tami’s students have earned USDF bronze, silver and gold medals and had many top honors at BLM Championships, GAIG Championships and USDF Horse of the Year Awards.
Amelia’s first horse, who is still with her today, is a Friesian gelding named Gys. She showed Gys as well as learned to drive on him. She is currently working on showing Grand Prix with her mare Freyja.
She loves working with any age of student, human or equine, focusing on a positive approach to learning, regardless of their goals.
Ashley Corbin fell in love with horses at 5 years old when her mom started teaching her and her sisters how to ride. From then on she was always taking lessons and involved with horse 4H clubs. She grew up riding and showing many different disciplines including western pleasure, jumping, and reining but realized her love for dressage in college. She graduated from Meredith Manor International Equestrian College with certifications in training and teaching. Now she is enjoying teaching lessons, working with her horse Electra, and working towards her USDF bronze medal!
I come to Fellowship Farm with over 30 years of experience in caring for and showing horses. Most of those were with halter and western pleasure horses in quarter, paint and palomino. For a few years I started young horses from leading to saddling, leading and loading. They were ready to go for the first ride. Dressage was a different world for me. Although we do things differently in the quarter horse world, it’s been a welcome challenge to learn the way the dressage world trains and handles their horses. I have grown attached to the horses here and feel so blessed to be a part of the Fellowship team!