Cedar Vista Stables Biography Meghan Rawlins Cedar Vista Stable's resident head trainer and owner, Meghan Rawlins, is a dynamic, involved and perceptive trainer. She maintains the belief that both horse and rider require an enthusiastic, creative teacher to enhance their progression and create a successful, confident, happy horse and rider. Her teaching and training is based on the philosophy of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna. Meghan teaches classical, correct riding and training. She customizes her program to each horse's athletic and mental ability, and designs lessons to focus on each rider's personal goals. Meghan is a strong and caring coach who caters to the needs of all her students. A very active member of the horse community, Meghan enjoys coaching all levels of riders from beginners to upper level competitors. Her extensive background with all types of horses makes her proficient in training everything from young horses to problem-solving and retraining difficult horses. Meghan's extensive show career in dressage, 3-day eventing, hunters and jumpers includes shows at such prestigious locations as Spruce Meadows, Thunderbird Show Park and many other competitions of that level. As well, she currently coaches clients at this level of competition. She is actively competitive on her own horses, as well as client horses, along with coaching students at various shows. Besides being a current Equine Canada, Horse Council of BC,Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) member and USEF, USHJA member, Meghan also has her CHA Coaching Level 4, Standard First Aid and CPR, as well she is an Equine Canada 'S' Senior Course Designer, Equine Canada 'r' judge for Hunters and Jumpers and a USEF 'R' Hunter/Jumper course designer. Meghan achieved her FEI level 2 course designer as well.
4060 Happy Valley road
Lessons, boarding, breeding, rescue, training centre and home of "Horsemanship from the Heart" natural horsemanship. Riding, stable management, theory and horsemanship lessons are taught by CHA Certified Instructors Christa Miremadi and Eliya Finkelstein, in both Western and English with a focus on preparing students for horse ownership. Christa Miremadi also starts horses, works out confidence issues and helps build horse/human relationships using her own Horsemanship from the Heart. We are proud of the natural lifestyle we provide to both our own horses and boarders, and also of our purebred Arabian stallion standing at stud, sire of fine foals from our broodmares.
699 261 Street
The Thomas Haney Equestrian Academy offers BC High School students in Grades 10, 11, and 12 the opportunity to earn 16 grad program credits. We offer both on-campus and distributed (on-line) learning options. This program's curriculum is unique - taught by an HCBC judge/EC coach with a Masters in Education. Visit our web page at http://sevan8.wixsite.com/thequestrian-academy for details about our program and how to apply.
Phone: (604) 463-2001
Maple Ridge, BC
3233 72 St