Representing Team Freestyle is Mary Mush, who will be competing side saddle. Some of her accomplishments include: – Raced fair hill in a flat amateur race in April 2017 -Breezed horses with Red Hound Stables 2017 & 2018 – Won the Mrs. Ford B. Draper Side Saddle Steeplechase Race at the 2016 Pennsylvania Hunt Cup. – Won the Side Saddle Chase Foundation’s OvS Trophy in 2016 – Owner & Rider for the  USHJA Reserve Champion Zone 2 Horse of the Year for Ladies Side Saddle in 2018 & 5th Place Award for the USEF Horse of the Year in 2018 and 2016 -Field Master atRead More →

Clovis Crane – In his own words: I’d make this short and sweet but my wife wouldn’t allow it. So, I’ll give: my version, and then appease her, and other like minds. My version: I love my family and horses. Riding horses is what I do now, and it will continue to be what I do, until I physically can’t do it any longer. Extended version: Breaking in babies is my absolute passion other than my wife and kids. We break in babies for racing and also buy, develop, and resell Thoroughbreds to pay our bills. We break upwards of 200 annually. There’s been severalRead More →

Kaymarie got her first pony at the age of 7 years old. From then on, she grew up riding hunter/jumpers and event horses. She continued her competitive showing career up until the age of 17, when she sold her show horse. Looking to fill a void, Kaymarie pulled into the next farm she came across and offered her services as a rider. And the rest they say is history.  It was clear that she was destined to have a career with racehorses. After several years as an exercise rider, Kaymarie first took out her jockey’s license for the legendary Bonifaces of Maryland-based Bonita Farm. ThroughoutRead More →

Sharon Dominguez grew up with horses. Her father, Robert Wyatt, still trains Standardbreds in Harrington, Delaware, and her mother Bonnie Keller teaches Western riding and horsemanship at her farm, Heartland Equestrian in Frederica, Delaware. Sharon has galloped for trainers Randy Nunley, Bessie Gruwell, Hammy Smith, Jonathan Sheppard and Graham Motion. After graduating from the University of Delaware with a degree in Advertising & Graphic Design, she met her future husband, Ramon Dominguez, at Delaware Park. Sharon stopped riding in 2003 and now lives in Saratoga Springs, New York with Ramon and their sons Alex and Matthew. Sharon returns this year as a member of TeamRead More →

Sara is an equestrian jack-of-all trades who also has a habit of never leaving school. Her introduction to the world of Thoroughbred racing came when she started work as an exercise rider for Johnathan Sheppard while she was in college (the first time). Although she left that job to start another as a high school teacher, she has recently returned to racehorses as a rider for Ricky Hendriks (because, you guessed it, she’s back in school). Also, has been an outrider at many of the point-to-points and hunt meets in PA and MD. Out of the saddle, Sara has earned a B.A. in Mathematics Education,Read More →