Show: Dressage Radio Show
Description: The finest in news, training and interviews about the elegant world of dressage from two Grand Prix riders. The Dressage Radio Show is the leader in dressage news and entertainment throughout the world!
Published: Weekly on Friday or Saturday
Reese Koffler Stanfield, United States Dressage Federation Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist, is a lifelong professional horseman who has successfully competed in the sport of Dressage since early childhood. Reese enjoyed a stellar Advanced Young Rider career. She is now a nationally and internationally ranked professional High Performance competitor. Reese is a United States Dressage Federation Certified Instructor/Trainer through Fourth Level. Reese has a B.S. in Agricultural Economics and a M.A. from the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the
University of Kentucky.
Reese has trained with Olympic Coach, Conrad Schumacher, Hofgut Neuhof, near Frankfort Germany from October 1998 – May 1999, and from November 2001- April 2002. She presently trains with both Mr. Schumacher, and FEI “S” judge and world-class trainer, Kathy Connelly, in Wellington Florida. Additionally, she has worked with Jessica Ransehousen, Ellen Bontje, and George Williams.
In 2010 and 2011, Reese was asked to be a presenter and performer at Equine Affair in Columbus, Ohio.
Along with a very active High Performance career Reese is a member of several local and National Committees including USEF Safety Committee, USEF Stewarts and Technical Delegate Committee, Advisor to the University of Kentucky Equine Initiative, Advisor to the Georgetown College Equine Scholars, and member of the Masterson Equestrian Trust or M.E.T.
Reese is a sought after trainer and clinician who gives numerous clinics nationwide to all levels of riders and resides on her farm (Maplecrest Farm of Lexington) in Georgetown, KY with her husband Travis, her Newfoundland dog Annapurna, and her horses.
Philip began riding at an early age and as a teenager he turned his focus to competitive dressage. Since then he has competed many horses through the levels up to Intermediare. After spending over a year in Belgium as a working student for dutch team member Johan Rockx and his wife Penny Rockx, Philip returned to Canada to help horses and riders as a professional.
Philip works regularly with Canadian Grand Prix riders Cindy and Neil Ishoy, participates in the annual Young Dressage Horse Trainers Symposium held by Harmony Sport Horses and Hassler Dressage, and promotes dressage at the local level as president of Conestoga CADORA. Throughout his life, Philip has strived to provide compassionate and fair training and coaching of superior quality to all of the horses and riders that he works with.