Reindance Farms is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley at the base of the Cascade foothills in Lebanon and Scio Oregon, USA. I offer services from colt starting, finishing, showing, lessons, and sales.

I have grown up with horses and have been following my dreams to work with horses on a professional level and share my knowledge and experience. I have worked with and spent time learning from multiple top notch and internationally known riders and will continue to seek out and learn from from these great role models throughout my professional career. I always want to pride myself in having an open mind when it comes to the training world by taking in outside views, techniques, opinions, and thoughts into consideration as there are always new things to learn or try.

My passion has always been for 3-day Eventing. I have been competitively riding in the sport for 8 years and I have competed up to the preliminary level. I have also enjoyed performing on The Rock'n"Roll Cowgirls western drill team as well as riding with the ACTHA group, Extreme Cowboy Races, Working Equitation, hunter/jumper shows, dressage, ranch work/sorting, flat pattern work, and exhibition/promotional riding.

I strive to be educated and understand a variety of disciplines as I believe everything comes down to simple horsemanship and equitation whether you ride english, western, or bareback. Every person is unique, as is every horse, so "understanding" is exceedingly important, not only for the rider, but for our equine partners too.

I specialize in initiating and solidifying that understanding with the horses and riders I work with. Whether it is starting a colt, restarting a horse, introducing something new, "starting" a person, gaining/regaining confidence, if you give the patience and understanding for mistakes as well as success you will be able to reach your goals whatever they may be.

"Everything Equestrian"

Training, Showing, Lessons, & Sales

Breeders of  French Canadian Horses & Warmbloods.

  • Kristina and Manon (Mae-noh) did it!!! They competed in the WE United National Championships in the largest division consisting of 18 tough competitors from the States, Canada and Australia and took home the National Champion title! 
  • They took a 4th place in Dressage, 1st in Ease of Handling, and 2nd in Speed.
  • Not only did they win their division, but they also took the 3rd highest score of the whole show...just a couple 10ths of a point behind the winner!

Thank you to all that helped get them here! They couldn't have done it without you!