Tom Davis – Head Instructor
Tom Davis comes from a well-known eventing family in Vermont wiith competition mileage through the Intermediate level. He is a USEA ICP Level 2 certified instructor with a reputation for producing quality riders on horses with a correct foundation. Because of this teaching system, his students regularly qualify for Area Championships and year-end awards. During the competition season, he can be found most weekends in the warm-up areas at USEA and schooling events coaching his many students.
Tiffany Blackman – Assistant Instructor
Tiffany Blackman learned to ride in Colorado and spent much of her youth on the local gymkhana and 4-H horse show circuits. As an active member and officer of the regional 4-H club, she competed regularly at the State Fair in the horse and mule divisions. Upon moving to the east coast to attend college, she switched to eventing and has competed in USEA recognized competitions. With a diverse background that includes paleoanthropology (BA, Boston University) and ballet (Vagonova technique at The Kirov-Mariinsky Theater of St. Petersburg, Russia), she works to help students find an increased body awareness in order to become more effective and thoughtful riders. In addition to being a current student under Tom Davis, Tiffany teaches weekly lessons as well as competing and schooling Flatlands horses.
Lindsey Epstein – Assistant Instructor
Lindsey Epstein is an H-A Pony Clubber. She was a part-time “Flatlander” while attending college at UVM. Upon graduation, she became a staff member while continuing her education in Fine Art. Visit Lindsey's fine art website at www.crystallinehorse.com. Lindsey teaches regular weekly lessons and Pony Club meetings at Flatlands as well as competing several of the young horses.