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Whether you are a beginner or advanced rider, the trainers at CEC will work with you to develop an individual training program and competition plan to help you and your equine partner meet your goals.
Hunters • Jumpers • Equitation
Trainer at HCL Stables LLC located at CEC
Assistant Professor of Equine Studies at Centenary
Co-Coach IHSA Team at Centenary/Coach IHSA Western Team
Cell: (203) 912-0038
Heather trains beginners through advanced riders in all aspects of hunters, jumpers, and equitation. Her students compete in shows throughout the Northeast including finals in all three rings. Heather joined Centenary’s faculty in 2007 as an Instructor of Equine Studies, and co-coach of the IHSA hunt seat team. Since joining Centenary, Heather has helped coach the IHSA team to three national championship titles, a reserve champion title, and three Cacchione Cup champions.
- Rider/trainer in the Netherlands for Alan Waldman
- Assistant rider/trainer/road manager for Andre Dignelli of Heritage Farm
- Assistant rider/trainer for 2000 Olympic Equestrian Team competitor, Nona Garson
- Coach of the Year in 2005 for IHSA Zone 3 Region 4
Eventing • Dressage • Jumpers
Trainer at CEC
Cell: (908) 721-2216
Kira Statue is available for training to eventing, dressage and jumper students; providing the skills needed to excel in each discipline. Kira and her family own and run Cloverfield Equestrian Center; they have successfully created an incredible training facility for every horse and rider. She has taken advantage of every opportunity to gain hands on experience riding with some of the top professionals in the field while also obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from Rutgers University. Her multiple avenues of education have given her the ability to teach eventing, dressage and jumper students how to develop a great foundation and relationship with their equine partners.
Kira has started an equine breeding program focused on breeding top jumper pedigrees here in the U.S. With the program off to a successful start she has two top bred jumper foals on the ground that she will develop though the young jumper program. Kira’s shift in focus to breeding young jumpers was a natural progression as she shifted her competitive focus from eventing to jumpers. The jumper ring has been an area that Kira has always participated in but now she is has decided to ride, teach, breed and develop jumpers full time.
Her career consists of riding, grooming and learning from Kristin Schmolze an international 4-star event rider that has successfully competed at events throughout England, Canada and the United States. She made the USEF Developing Rider List several times and was an alternate member of the US Eventing Team at the 2011 Pan American Games in Mexico. Kira then continued to increase her knowledge of the sport with Holly Payne Caravella, 5* level eventer and FEI dressage rider. Holly is also a USEA Level 3 ICP certified instructor and a Founding member of the Event Rider’s Association of North America (ERA). Kira is currently working with Centenary University Professor and team Coach Heather Clark to focus more on the jumpers. Her education throughout all three disciplines enables her to help riders of all levels achieve their goals.
Hunters • Jumpers • Young Horses Trainer at CEC
Cell: (908) 507-4055 Email: email@example.com
Alicia has been riding since she was 4 years old and has over 30 years of show experience in hunters, jumpers and equitation. During Alicia’s career as a junior, she qualified and showed at Devon, Harrisburg and Washington. Alicia has worked and trained with Anne Kursinski as well as schooled with other top professionals like Joe Fargis and Jeff Cook. Alicia performs freelance training service, most of her training is done at Cloverfield Equestrian Center , Whitehouse Station, NJ where she runs a successful training program tailored to suit each unique horse and rider team.
Alicia primarily trains students who compete in hunters, jumpers, and equitation. Occasionally, she assists students who participate in other disciplines and is able to apply her training techniques accordingly. Alicia believes that a positive, safe and happy environment is key to a productive training program. She enjoys working with young and green horses and has provided many young horses a solid foundation for a successful show career. As a professional, Alicia has competed at the highest levels of our sport in both the hunter and jumper rings.