Kelly has been teaching English riding lessons since the mid 1990’s. She has been training horses for sale, show, and foxhunting for over 25 years. Many of Kelly’s riders have earned year end awards on both the PTS and NIHJA show circuits. Additionally, she has been a professional for the Wayne-Dupage Hunt for over 20 years, and she was 1 of 60 who won her way to compete in the Centennial Championships for the MFHA and represented the WDH. She is also active with the Wayne Dupage Hunt and pony club. Kelly takes great pride in building a positive learning environment for her riders, and she is available to help you with your training needs whether it or be showing, fox-hunting, or pleasure riding.
Kylene’s love for horses began with her first lesson at the age of 10, and has continued throughout her life. As a teenager, she was hired to work at a hunter/jumper stable under the tutelage of several top “A” show trainers. She spent a lot of time travelling to horse shows, teaching lessons and learning the ropes of the business. With her background in education, Kylene’s love of teaching is evident in every lesson she gives. From the beginner rider, those returning to the sport, or those looking to increase their knowledge of horses, she can help design a plan to help each rider be successful. Kylene takes great pride in figuring out each individual’s goals and guiding them on a successful path, both in the saddle and on the ground
April Morris has been riding and teaching for over 20 years. She has competed successfully in the rated hunters (A and B) as well as eventing. April has started many students in their riding careers, coaching them from their first ride, to their first jump, to their first show. She focuses on creating safe, confident, independent riders with solid horsemanship skills and enjoys helping students of all levels achieve their goals.
Eva joined the WEC team in March of 2018. She has over 20 years of riding experience with the past 10 riding as a member of the The Wayne DuPage Hunt. She cares very deeply for her students and focuses on building a riders confidence on the ground and in the saddle. She wants nothing more for her students than to enjoy their time with horses’ as much as she does!
Rachel grew up taking riding lessons and riding as often as possible. Somewhere along the way, she developed a love for dressage. She believes a foundation in dressage has can greatly enhance the communication and relationship between riders and horses of all disciplines. Rachel takes great joy in fostering horsemanship, riding abilities, and sharing a love of horses with all her students.