Hi, my Name is Deborah,I am the owner of Suffolk Stables and I am from Mildenhall, Suffolk, England. I started riding when I was very young, it was probably the only thing that I would rush to get to. I would bike quite a few miles after school to get to my riding stables 'The Reeders of Worlington' just to muck stalls and groom my horse and as many others as I could fit in! I was taught from the beginning that I needed to groom and tack myself, learn what the names were for the parts of the horse, learn to braid/plait and all the other responsibilities that came with horse riding. I aim to pass this on to ALL of my students.
I was instructed by Mrs. Reeder and enjoyed participating in shows, trail rides and Gymkhana's. Most of my riding lessons were taught in the fields, forests, trail etc, I remember riding in the arena on rainy days only, "it makes for a better rider!" my trainer would say. I went on to college and rode on and off throughout the years on Cross Country rides and Hacking Out until I moved to the USA and continued training. I am actively training and/or competing in Hunter/Jumpers myself.
I have been working with horses and teaching all throughout my life, it is my passion.....it is what I am the happiest doing and it shows in my students riding, especially at shows or out on the trails.
Nothing makes me happier than to see one of the kids or even the adults reach their goals. Even if it is to get the posting trot, canter for the first time, hop over a tiny cross rail or jump 3'6" courses, it matters not to me. I just love to see the joy on the faces of the people I teach, when they finally feel victorious.
I love to take students out on a trail ride for the first time, or have the students gallop on the beach or up a hill for the first time.......it's a different kind of riding and it broadens the experience of the rider. Not to mention how much the horses love to get out.
I believe in the value of hard work and also in giving back. I often take students to different animal related facilities to educate them in the value of volunteering. Most of the time the places we go to are so much fun, it never feels like work!
I found a lot of barns in the area that were 'show barns' or 'lesson barns,' all of which have great programs. SUFFOLK STABLES is different, it has become a really great place for 'EVERYONE' to come and ride. From Child to adult, the horses are at all levels, I have super quiet beginner horses and ponies and super talented jumpers for the advanced riders, all the horses at Suffolk Stables are fully trained. The horses show at local shows and rated shows. No requirements to own, buy, lease...... just come out and ride. My horses are available for shows and trips out and for leasing by the month.
The barn is like it's own little family. Everyone from the Adults to the young kids cheer for each other and support each other, especially at shows. Even if a rider does not do very well at a show they still feel like champs, thanks to the support and love from their "Barn Buddies and family!" Come take horse riding lessons with us!
Certifications: ARIA (American Riding Instructor Assoc)Level I and Level II Hunt Seat Eq.
OHSA (Open Horse Show Assoc) Level I Judge Judge ID: J390
Instructor of the Month through the American Riding Instructors Association
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TV Appearance Sept 20 2018: https://youtu.be/M30D0FwzVH4
COELI NETSKY: Coeli (pronounced Chay-LEE) Started riding at 7 years old and rode and showed through middle and high school at the State level for 4H she also showed at Woodedge and the Meadows plus Garden state and qualified twice to go to Devon. She is a NAWD and DOD Judge as well as a level III OHSA judge along with being on the Judges Education Team for OHSA. ARIA certified Level II for Hunt Seat and Western Dressage. Currently teaches all the lower level dressage at Suffolk Stables along with doing clinics and being the Director of CN, NJ Horse Show Judges Group. Coeli has over 40 years of teaching and judging under her belt and we feel privileged to have her as part of our Instructor team. In her spare time Coeli enjoys time with her husband doing projects around the house.
BECCA KRAMPEN: Rebecca Krampen, Best known as Becca around the barn, has been riding since a very young age. She grew up working on horse farms cleaning stalls and learning all aspects of horse care, just so she could ride and own her pony. She enjoyed showing on the weekends, and competed in the hunter and jumper rings at some of the biggest shows in the Tri state area. She’s had the privilege of riding many young horses and bringing them along to be best athlete they can be.Becca teaches Beginner through Intermediate lessons at Suffolk Stables When she’s not in the ring or in the saddle, you can find her at her other job, where she’s a veterinary technician in a ER/ICU. She also enjoys spending time with her family and 3 dogs at home.
LINDSEY PROEBSTLE: Linds has been a Suffolk Rider and Student for over seven years and just completed a two year college stint at Meredith Manor with her major focus on TEACHING. She enjoys riding Dressage and training the young horses on the ground and is also a qualified horse massage therapist. She loves to teach and is very patient and very up beat. She is the Barn Manager for Suffolk Stables and the Leader in our Camp program at the YMCA. Lindsey enjoys the beach and down time with her friends. She also enjoys experiencing new places.