Meet our Instructors

Stephanie (Steph) Amann

Steph Amann

Steph has been riding horses since the age of 9. After buying her first horse in 2016 she now trains with Daisy Kosa focusing on showing Dressage at a Silver level and jumping. Steph is working towards her goal of achieving a full time career in horses. Steph is very passionate about the sport  and encourages everyone to ride regardless of age or any other barriers. Steph has her Rider Level 4 and is working towards her Rider Level 6.

Katie Anderson

Katie Anderson

Katie has been riding since 2010 & has been apart of Daisy Meadows since she bought her first horse, Indy in 2012. Katie is a Dressage rider who has competed on the gold circuit up to Prix Saint George level. She has acquired her Rider Level 6 & is working on obtaining her Level 8. Katie is still continuing to advance her knowledge through coaches Sarah Daisy Kosa & Cindy Ishoy. Katie teaches flat lessons from beginner to advanced students. 

Clarissa Hills

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Clarissa has been training in Dressage with Daisy Kosa since 2013. She has been focusing on training her horse & is hoping to debut her stubborn draft mare in competition this upcoming 2018 show season. Clarissa teaches her students the importance on learning and perfecting the basics of flatwork, as good basics can lead to achieving any goal and practices this constantly in her own riding. She is working towards completing her Rider Level 6.

Glencora (Cora) Mulgrue

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Cora has been training since 2010. Since then has been showing a variety of horses in the open division in both the jumper ring up to 0.90m and in the dressage ring up to Third Level. Cora has her Rider Level 6 certification and with her extensive and diverse experience, this makes her a tremendous asset to MJM Riding School’s program as the Head Instructor. She has worked for Daisy Meadows Equestrian since 2010, preparing horses for national and international level competition. 

Aleasha Nimec

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Chelsey Overell

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Chelsey has her rider level 6 & has been riding consistently for 20 years, and has shown up to 1.0m on the schooling & trillium circuits. She has been teaching riding since 2006 & has many long time students with her own teaching program called Abbey Road Stables which operates out of MJM Equestrian Centre. She supports MJM Riding School as a substitute coach.

Rachel Pietracupa

Rachel Jenings

Rachel has been riding since the age of six and has been teaching for 3 years. Rachel specializes in teaching people with disabilities. She has completed her Rider Level 4, a CanTRA (Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association) course & has her CTRBI (Canadian Therapeutic Riding Basic Instructor) certification. Rachel has experience teaching students with many different disabilities including autism, M.S., Downs Syndrome, P.T.S.D. &  C.P. 

Madeline (Maddy) Pottruff

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Maddy has been riding since the age of 6. She currently trains weekly with Daisy Kosa and monthly with Don Brandle. Maddy has her English written Level 5 and Jumper Level 6 and is working towards completing all the Level 6 components. She has interest in both Jumper and Dressage. Maddy has participated in clinics with Hyde Moffat, Peter Gisborn and Cindy Ishoy. Her goal is to attend the University of Guelph to become an Equine Vet with a special interest in Equine Dentistry.

Crystal Roach

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Crystal started riding Western when she was 4 but as a teen fell in love with English. She has focused on jumping and over the past 5 years has trained her own horse. She competes regularly at Hamilton Hunt, Rockton and MJM with the goal of showing on the Trillium circuit. Crystal is passionate about teaching and really loves helping riders reach their goals. She is currently working on achieving her Rider Level 6.

Sara Valvasori

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Sara has her rider level 6 and been riding since 2009. She has competed successfully in the jumper ring on the Trillium circuit up to 0.90 meters.  She particularly enjoys the development of young horses with careful attention to the basics. Her future goals are to continue advancing  her riding skills so she may  move up divisions on the Trillum circuit. After gaining experience there, Sara's end goal is to show on the "A" circuit.