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Lori Barnard
 
Lori is a respected intructor, trainer, competitor and judge in the horse community. Having over 25 years of experience in commerical and private equestrian operations,  Lori has been involved in many facets of the industry. After receiving an associated degree in equine science and manageement and her assistant iinstructor qualification from The British Horse Society. Lori has a patient and methodical approach to classical training. The proces needs to be flexible and individually tailored to each partnership. But ultimately reaching the goal of working in harmony and lightness.
 
After years of training and competing, Lori set her goals on becoming an USEF recognized dressage judge.  Upon completing the USDF L program with distinction in 2008 and then achieving the qualfying scores for the USEF "r" program, Lori was accepted into the program in 2011. She started the final steps to becoming and USEF "r" dressage judge in 2012.
In August of 2013, Lori was issued her USEF "r" Dressage judge's license. Lori received notice in October of 2015 of her acceptance into USEF "R" dressage judge's training program and is awaiting the next training session. In the mean time she continues to train and show at the National and FEI levels.   * Uessage judge

*USDF Silinlle

 

 

Lori is a respected instructor, trainer, competitor and judge in the horse community.  Having over 25 years of experience in commercial and private equestrian operations, Lori has been involved in many facets of the industry.

 

After receiving an associates degree in equine science and management and her assistant instructor qualification from The British Horse Society, Lori focused on her management skills while continuing to train both horse and rider.

Lori has a patient and methodical approach to classical training.  The process needs to be flexible and individually tailored to each partnership.  But ultimately reaching the goal of working in harmony and lightness.

After years of training and competing, Lori set her goals on becoming an USEF recognized dressage judge.  Upon completing the USDF L program with distinction in 2008 and then achieving the qualifying scores for the USEF "r" program, Lori was accepted into the program in 2011. She started the final steps to becoming an USEF "r" dressage judge in 2012.

In August of 2013, Lori was issued her USEF "r" Dressage judge's license.  She is available to judge USEF recognized competitions through second level and USEA recognized horse trials and combined tests through the preliminary level.

Lori received notice in October of 2015 of her acceptance into the USEF "R" dressage judge's training program and is awaiting the next training session.  In the meantime, she continues to train and show at the National and FEI levels.

 

  

Lori is a respected instructor, trainer, competitor and judge in the horse community.  Having over 25 years of experience in commercial and private equestrian operations, Lori has been involved in many facets of the industry.

 

After receiving an associates degree in equine science and management and her assistant instructor qualification from The British Horse Society, Lori focused on her management skills while continuing to train both horse and rider.

Lori has a patient and methodical approach to classical training.  The process needs to be flexible and individually tailored to each partnership.  But ultimately reaching the goal of working in harmony and lightness.

After years of training and competing, Lori set her goals on becoming an USEF recognized dressage judge.  Upon completing the USDF L program with distinction in 2008 and then achieving the qualifying scores for the USEF "r" program, Lori was accepted into the program in 2011. She started the final steps to becoming an USEF "r" dressage judge in 2012.

In August of 2013, Lori was issued her USEF "r" Dressage judge's license.  She is available to judge USEF recognized competitions through second level and USEA recognized horse trials and combined tests through the preliminary level.

Lori received notice in October of 2015 of her acceptance into the USEF "R" dressage judge's training program and is awaiting the next training session.  In the meantime, she continues to train and show at the National and FEI levels.