About Lynda Weese
Lynda has been blessed to have 35 years of being taught by some of the finest trainers. They all made the well being of the horse priority through insisting on balanced non agressive riding and stretching of the horse no matter the level. Lynda feels this is the foundations for Dressage, which by definition is the "Harmony between horse and rider".
Lynda spent 16 years as an apprentice under Jim and Sharon Rowe of Rowe Dressage Stables in Okemos, Michigan.
Then, For over ten years Lynda trained with former Olympian Ed Rothkranz, whom she also frequently hosted for clinics.
Then She had the honor to clinic regularly with renowned trainer Walter Zettl for 10 years and continues to work with him as frequently as possible, mostly through video lessons since he no longer travels to the states.
Currently, Lynda has become passionate about the biomechanics of horse and rider and is currently pursuing avenues to advance her knowledge in this to become a more influential trainer and instructor. Follow Lynda on Facebook to see this journey
Lynda's Training Philosophy
Lynda's approach is all about patience and kindness. Horses are motivated by reward and comfort, and the forceful riding styles so often seen today often result in bad experiences for both horse and rider.
There's no substitiute for a patient approach that combines Lynda's decades of experience training through FEI levels with the thoughtful consideration of each animals' unique personality and temperament.
- 1997 Indiana Grand Prix champion
- USDF Bronze Medalist
- USDF Silver Medalist