Reese Koffler–Stanfield Creates a Community Spirit
Friday, March 15, 2013
Reese Koffler Stanfield has risen through the Young Rider system into the High Performance arena of American Dressage. A popular USDF Certified instructor, clinician, and licensed equine appraiser, Stanfield owns and operates Maplecrest Farm. Located in Georgetown, Kentucky just minutes from the Kentucky Horse Park and host of the 2010 Alltech/FEI World Equestrian Games, Maplecrest Farm offers full service care and training, which exemplifies the next generation of a family deeply immersed in the equestrian way of life. With a beautiful new indoor arena, spacious safe turnout, and stabling in a roomy and airy barn, clients enjoy the highest standard of quality care, motivational instruction, and Reese’s infectious enthusiasm and support.
With Goubergh’s Kaspar, Stanfield earned her place among America’s leading riders in the FEI arena creating opportunities to continue her training and experiences at the highest levels, which in turn she translates to her students and clients. Reese loves to teach the college age and the youth in dressage up the ladder and on through Junior and Young Rider program.
One of her many successful students, Cassandra Hummert-Johnson has recently achieved the coveted USDF Gold Medal through a program and strategy Cassie and Reese put together. Next, they are working towards the Brentina Cup for the 2013 year and the National Championships that will be held in Kentucky. Cassandra Hummert-Johnson said, “Reese Koffler-Stanfield is a dedicated trainer, instructor and rider whose enthusiasm truly fuels success in her beautiful barn. Whether it be small accomplishments at home, or a win at a horse show, Reese always makes sure that goals are set and milestones are celebrated for all her riders and horses. Her knowledge and experience makes her instruction challenging, yet productive and her keen eye on the ground is invaluable. She has helped me reach goals I before thought were unattainable, and her undying support and encouragement has molded me into a more confident person, in and out of the saddle."
Stanfield co-hosts a weekly radio show on the Horse Radio Network called the Dressage Radio Program. Since June 2012, Stanfield shares valuable information as co-host of the Dressage weekly pod cast.
Reese Koffler-Stanfield’s community involvement includes Pony Club, Masterson Equestrian Trust (Board member), and theUSEF Safety Committee. She exemplifies infectious enthusiasm and support.
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