Since 2009, Jane has matched hundreds of horses and riders across a variety of disciplines including dressage, eventing, show jumping, and fox hunting. She believes that good horses sell themselves, and she knows how to seek them out.

Jane represents clients at every level—from novice to international level competitors. Having built a trustworthy network of breeders and trainers around the world, Jane’s scouting process is designed to be efficient, educational, and fun. She sincerely cares about the ideal pairing of horse and rider.

Jane draws upon her education and prior Fortune 500 work experience in the field of Leadership Coaching & Organizational Development to run her successful equine sales business. From finding talented young-horse prospects to international caliber winners, Jane offers a highly personalized experience. She relies heavily on personal referrals, repeat business, and her intense focus on customer satisfaction is both rewarding as well as critical to her success.

Jane herself competes at the FEI level in Eventing and trains with the nation’s top instructors, earning wins and placings alongside recognized professionals.  She understands the enormous commitment that it takes to get to the top and knows first-hand the highs and lows of competition and daily equestrian life. This has earned her the role of both mentor and friend to many clients and fellow riders, motivating them to do their best both personally and professionally.

Jane’s Current Competition horses:

Larano 5 is a 9yo 17h Holsteiner gelding imported from Germany. He recently moved up to the Preliminary level. Given his scope and big personality, we are excited about his future. We are grateful for Doug Payne who has been instrumental in his training.

Clarkes Sweet Music “Cello” was purchased at the Goresbridge (Go For Gold) Sale in 2019. This 5yo, 16h Holsteiner gelding is by Caricello (HOLST) out of Corraghoe Amibition (ISH). He has been very fun and smart to work with daily! Thank you to Richard Sheane for helping us to secure Cello, and to Thomas Quigley in Ireland for doing a super job with Cello’s early training.