Now that she has settled into Virgina, Jules Anderson and her mother Libby are jointly turning Teamwork Dressage into a premiere dressage training business. Their goal for the future is to to train and sell horses of such talent and caliber that Teamwork Dressage becomes synonymous with quality performance and quality sales. Jules is also setting her sights on taking her competitive career into the international arena with the goal of consistently being a leader in international competition.
As she becomes a successful international competitor, Jules will, hopefully, be riding for the U.S. She's been in the process of becoming a U.S. citizen and it's a time-consuming process, but she's hopeful she'll achieve that goal in time for the 2010 World Equestrian Games. "I'm aiming to qualify up to three horses for the 2010 WEG in Kentucky and hopefully, have the honor of riding for the U.S."
Training and competing, however, are not the only things on Jules' busy agenda. She's also working to follow in her mother's footsteps and move up the judging levels. She is already a USEF "r" judge. "I do intend to survive the many ‘rigors’ to become an “R” dressage judge," Jules said. Her long list of goals will require a lot of work and a lot of energy, but Jules is up to the task. "Well, I hope to stay in good health and continue to train and sell lots of great horses to good people. I want to make it possible for others to enjoy success in this amazing discipline called dressage."