Visit Georgetown, Kentucky this weekend for an alpaca pen sale and educational seminar June 5 and 6, 2010.
Linda Schultz operates Kantelaufer Farm, a dressage training and sales facility in Georgetown, Kentucky. A USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist, Linda rides and trains up to five horses daily and is looking for a Grand Prix horse to lease and compete for her USDF Gold Medal. She is working on her USDF instructor certification through Fourth Level and teaches a regular clientele of amateurs who inspired her to write a dressage book, Better Rider, Better Ride, published by Half Halt Press. Linda enjoys a unique sponsorship arrangement with Larry Johnson, owner of Likada Farm Alpacas of Wayne, Illinois. As part owner of Kantelaufer Farm, Larry keeps as many as 50 alpacas at the facility. “Likada Farm Alpacas represent the best alpaca genetics in the U.S.,” Linda notes. Linda M. Schultz is Director of Marketing for the United States Dressage Federation and and holds a BA in Journalism from Northern Illinois University and an MBA in Marketing from Keller Graduate School of Management.