Equine Center Director
Jessy has been with Greenacres since 2001, opening the Greenacres lesson programs at the Equine Center in 2003. Graduate of Foxcroft Boarding School in Middleburg, Va and Miami University with a degree in Entrepreneurship, she is also a Certified Horsemanship Academy (CHA) Level 4 (Master) English Instructor and CHA Level 3 Western Instructor. She is the Center Administrator for the Greenacres Pony Club Riding Center and the Vice Regional Supervisor for the Midsouth Region of the United States Pony Club. She has been in the horse industry for over 23 years, teaching and riding in many different disciplines. Her most prominent riding background is in Dressage and Eventing.
Instructor / Assistant Stable Manager
Becca North is a recent graduate from Otterbein University with a B.A. in Biology. During her undergraduate career, Becca competed on all 3 of Otterbein’s teams – hunt seat, dressage and eventing. She has 17 years of experience in the industry, including being a former Greenacres Pony Club member with a C1/HB rating. While at Otterbein, Becca leased one of the school horses, who she competed through Novice. Becca was ranked in the top 10 on the United States Eventing Association (USEA) leaderboard for collegiate eventing, and qualified for the American Eventing Championships (AECs) in 2015 for the Beginner Novice level. Most recently, Becca received recognition from Otterbein’s equine department for her extraordinary dedication to horses. She is excited to be rejoining the Equine Department here at Greenacres.
Analise (Ana) Hinebaugh
Ana is a Greenacres Pony Club C1/HB graduate. She has been riding at Greenacres for 10 years and has been a long-time volunteer here at the Equine Center, helping with lesson prep and assistance teaching at all levels. Ana is thrilled to be joining our Equine Department as a part-time instructor here at Greenacres and is looking forward to sharingher horse passion and knowledge with our students.
BIO COMING SOON!
Laura has been involved with the Equine Center as a parent, student, volunteer and/or employee since 2006. She brings her years of experience in all of these areas to her role as support staff with the Equine Center.
Equine Care Specialist
Holly joined the staff of the Greenacres Equine Center in 2016. She graduated with a Bachelors of Science specializing in Equine Health Rehabilitation from Midway University in Kentucky. Holly competed on the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Hunt Seat Team for Midway University for four years. Holly also completed an internship at the Kentucky Horse Park Secretariat Center during her last year of college. At the Secretariat Center Holly helped retrain Ex-Racehorses so they could be placed in loving homes and start a new career for themselves. Before college Holly rode and competed with Hunter /Jumper instructors Richard Rinehart, and Megan Doherty of Indiana. Holly has proven to be an amazing asset to the team here at the Greenacres Equine Center and we are very pleased and privileged to have her with us!
Equine Center Buildings Maintenance Supervisor
Terry has been with the Greenacres Foundation for over 32 years. After serving time in the U.S. Army, Terry worked as a Groundskeeper at the Gamble House in Westwood owned by Mr. and Mrs. Nippert. Since then Terry has advanced positions in the company and has moved to the Indian Hill Spooky Hollow Farm location where he is the Building Maintenance Supervisor exclusively for the Greenacres Equine Center. Terry is doing a spectacular job maintaining the building and grounds of the Equine Center at Greenacres and we are very appreciative and privileged to have such an amazing staff member join our team!
Jennifer (Jen) Farmer
Equine Care Specialist
Jen joined the staff at Greenacres Equine Center in 2016. She is married and has two beautiful children. She grew up trail riding on her family farm in Goshen, Ohio. Jen started a career at Greenacres because it allows her to pursue her passion of caring for animals and helping people. Outside of Greenacres Jen is a Program Coordinator for a Veterans program that incorporates the use of therapy horses and wild mustangs. Jen is also building a Health Coaching career which will focus on creating wellness programs for first responders. Jen has proved to be an invaluable part of the Greenacres Equine Team.
Equine Center Arena Care/Maintenance
Dan has been with Greenacres since his retirement from a 33 year long career in medical engineering, regulatory and quality control in 2016. Dan takes meticulous care of the 150′ X 300′ indoor arena and the 100′ X 200′ outdoor arena. Dan is taking part in the construction and maintenance of the Greenacres Equine Center cross country course. We are very excited to have Dan’s engineering expertise and attention to detail on our team!
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