Ellert HB

Ellert, a 2009 KWPN gelding  was purchased and imported to the US as a 3 year old.  Jordan started riding him in late 2014 and competed him at the 6 year old level where they placed 4th at the USEF National Championships.  Later in the year, the pair competed at Dressage at Devon where they won the 6 Year Old Division. 

In 2016, Ellert and Jordan worked at further developing towards the Grand Prix and competed at the Prix St George.  They competed at several shows and placed 4th in the Region 1 Championships, as well as securing qualification for the National Championship in Lexington, KY.

In 2017 the pair qualified and competed in the National Developing Horse Championships held at Lamplight Equestrian Center at the PSG.  In addition the pair was Regional Champion in the Intermediare 1 and 3rd in the Prix St. George.  They went on the compete and place 7th in the National Championships in Lexington, KY at Intermediare 1.  

In 2018 Jordan and Ellert were schooling all the Grand Prix, with Ellert's incredible talent for piaffe and passage, in preperation for their debut at the Developing Grand Prix.


Ripkin, a 2007 Hanoverian Gelding that Jordan introduced to dressage.  Ripkin and Jordan competed for two years where they showed training level through second level.  Ripkin qualified and showed at the Regional Championships at first level.

Ripkin is now pursuing a diversified career as both a dressage and event horse.  His sweet disposition makes him a great all around horse.



Reese, a 2000 Hanoverian Mare was competed by Jordan from second level to the Prix St. George.  The pair was successful at the Pix St. George.  In 2012 the pair were Region 1 Champions at the Pix St. George.  Reese was instrumental in Jordan's upper level riding development.

In late 2012 the pair were working towards qualifying for the Region-1 NAJYRC Young Rider Team.


"Milo", a 1989 Wurttemberg gelding campaigned through the Intermediare 1.  The pair had many successes through the levels and had many memorable experiences.   Jordan and Milo qualified for the Region 1  NAJYRC Junior team as well as competing and winning at the CBLM Championships in a pas de duex at 4th Level.  The pair also were reserve Region 1 Champions at 3rd level.  

Milo was great fun to ride and preferred the occasional slurpee drink.


Athletico was a 1989 KWPN gelding that introduced Jordan to the FEI level.  He competed with Jordan through the FEI Junior level. Athletico talents spanned from being a calm character to demonstrating a profieciency for the Grand Prix movements.


Sterling Rose

"Rose" was Jordan's first competitive mount.  Rose was a teacher and a caretaker when Jordan was going down the center line at seven years old.  Rose and Jordan competed through first level and Rose took care of him every stride.  

Rose also introduced Jordan to horse breeding.  She had a wonderful son, Quest, who is a continuation of her superb disposition and desire to please.