Rachel has been instructing both youths and adults for over 20 years in the areas of 3-Day Eventing, Dressage, H/J and western disciplines. Graduate of the USPC program and West Texas A&M University, with a masters in cellular biochemistry, Rachel has a wide range of knowledge to call upon when assisting her clients and their horses. Believing that biomechanics benefits all riders, clients range from trail riders to serious competitors who have won everything from USEA titles to rodeo queen pageants. Rachel is currently working on her certification in myofascial work for horse and rider, as well as continuing her education in all phases of 3-Day Eventing.
Carolyn owns and runs Half Halt Farm, which is home base for Virginia Creek Farm. Carolyn has an extensive background in barn management along with a show record in Arabs, Hunter/Jumpers, and 3 Day Eventing. Adding to her list of equine accomplishments, Carolyn also offers yoga sessions tailored to the individual client for strength and healing. Follow the link for more information on Half Halt Farm.
We partner with WTAMU every summer to offer an internship to an exceptional undergraduate or graduate student in the Agriculture Department. Past interns have been Ag Communication, Ag Education, Equine Business, and Animal Science majors. Each student is given a project tailored to their course of study and evaluated at the end of the summer for their final letter grade. If you are interested please contact VCF and your WTAMU adviser for more information.