Tami Batts

Tami Batts  has earned her USDF bronze, silver and gold medals and is an “S” dressage judge.  She was in the top 15 to qualify and competed in the 2009 National Developing Horse Championships, as well as in the 2010 & 2011 National Intermediare Championships in Gladstone.  Together with “Ranko,” they were the Region 1 Open Grand Prix Champions in 2012 and drew the second highest charitable contributions at the 2013 PVDA Ride for Life exhibition.

   Fellowship Farm has proudly sent 11 Young Riders to the North American Young Riders Championship since 1994 and is proud to support several of those riders who are now young dressage trainers out on their own.

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.

Tami has also bred and raised quality young horses that have achieved premium titles as youngsters, Matieriale and Young Horse successes, as well as Regional, National and breed registry awards.


Katelyn Young


Katelyn Young is the Assistant Trainer at Fellowship and is a USDF bronze and silver medalist. Katelyn enjoys training and teaching horses and students of different levels.  One of her biggest passions is starting and bringing along young horses.  Katelyn had great success with “Rambo” in the 2016 3 Yr Old Materiale classes including many blue ribbons and finishing 3rd in the nation.

Katelyn was privileged to get her “Grand Prix training wheels” on our beloved “Ranko” in 2016 participating in a few U25 qualifying competitions.   Katelyn hopes to participate in the “L” program in the near future and is enjoying gaining more FEI experience on her schoolmaster “Wiriana.”

Katelyn is a graduate of Appalachian State University where she majored in Business Management and Marketing.  Katelyn enjoyed being a leader of the Appalachian State Equestrian Team as well as competing for the dressage team.  In 2013, Katelyn finished 4th at the Intercollegiate Dressage Association Championships.