Amelia Newcomb & German Schneider
Working to create harmony and trust between horse and rider"
Amelia Newcomb Dressage works to develop a trusting and confident relationship between horse and rider. Amelia is a Grand Prix rider who uses theories from both natural horsemanship and classical dressage to create a holistic approach to training that adapts to fit the needs of each individual horse and rider. Her approach incorporates all pieces of horsemanship from basic groundwork to advanced dressage movements. The emphasis is always on the foundation with the basic trust, understanding, and relaxation for both horse and rider as the building blocks to harmony and progress. Amelia specializes in starting the young dressage horse and advancing it through the Grand Prix and she also enjoys teaching. The horses, the riding, and the teaching are her passion.
Amelia also specializes in piaffe and passage training and starts all her young horses with the piaffe work in hand. This is an essential component to developing the future Grand Prix horses.
Amelia Newcomb is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist and has trained numerous horses from green-broke through Grand Prix. She hopes to one day compete internationally and represent the United States at the Olympics. She always strives to continue her education and regularly clinics with Christine Traurig, Morten Thompsen, Juan Matute and Sue Martin.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Amelia for further information regarding her training program and philosophy:
Amelia Newcomb (720) 838-0990