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Walt Gervais

Tamarack’s famous veteran, Walt moved up to preliminary at age 72, and rode in his first preliminary 3-Day event at Bromont, Quebec, at age 75.

Sue Berrill

A local advanced rider, Sue often teaches at our adult clinics.

Here, Sue is on Tamarack homebred Smokescreen - by Forfeit and Odessa Contessa

Nancy Bliss

Nancy is seen here schooling at Tamarack, late '70s or early '80s. Nancy and Cobblestone won a USET team bronze at 1982 World Championships.

Adrienne Iorio

Schooling XC in a lesson at Tamarack

Kristen Schmolze

USEA Young Rider of the Year

Kim Meier Morani

Shown here sometime in the 80’s riding Charisma. In 2004, Kim rode Charisma’s great grandson (also a great grandson of our stallion Epic Win) to 10th place in the Rolex****.

Caroline Dowd

Riding Lazy Dot at Fair Hill CCI***. Lazy Dot was purchased from Tamarack Hill Farm, and they went on to place 10th at the Rolex****, and 26th at the Badminton****.

Nancy Guyotte

Here riding Shelbourne at Ledyard. Nancy later placed 4th at Luhmuhlen riding for the USET, and Shelbourne became USEA Horse of the Year.

Tara Prince Chace

Winner of the Markham Trophy at Chesterland

Chad Geetter

USEA Young Rider of the Year

Erin Contino

Riding Tamarack homebred, Just Lyndi. Erin won the Southern Pines Intermediate event in 2005, defeating Kim Severson, among others.

Melissa Roddy

Featured in the recent Amateur issue of the Chronicle of the Horse, Melissa took a young horse through all the stages to advanced. She also wrote a feature article about her working student experiences at Tamarack Hill for Practical Horse. Photo by Dr. Steve Berkowitz

Rebekah Smith Calder

Schooling at Tamarack during summer of 2005. On her former horse "Paws," Beka had been the individual gold medalist at the NAYRC, and individual 5th at the Pan American Games in Chatsworth, GA.

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