Teaching Horsemanship Means More Than Ribbons!

TL2 is proud to offer training with Amelia Cuevas….

Amelia B&W

At the age of 14, Amelia started as a working student for Grand Prix rider and USEF ‘R’ judge Julie Winkel in Reno, Nevada. She competed nationally and internationally as a top junior rider in the Hunters, Equitation and Jumpers. During her time at Julie’s Maplewood Stables she had the opportunity to work many young horses and her innate feel helped giving them a great start and match them with the appropriate riders, making sure that horse temperament and rider needs were a good fit. One of those young horses was her own jumper, whom she started as a 4 year old and campaigned up to the 1, 30 jumpersamelia and klaus B&W

After graduating from the University of Nevada in 2012, Amelia moved to the East Coast working for Peacock Ridge as the manager, rider, and assistant trainer. She was instrumental in helping the riders achieve their goals, and winning many national championships. The highlights were Winning Pony Finals in 2012 and being champion at the Washington International, Harrisburg, and Capital Challenge. Working with nationally known top hunter rider and trainer Louise Serio furthered her own skills on the horse as well as in coaching.  

Amelia is totally dedicated to helping students reach their individual goals. She will structure an appropriate program for you and your horse; she will help you to improve your communication skills on the flat and jumping as well as and on the ground. Her experience working with many different horses at different levels will help her refine both your horse’s flatwork and jumping. 

Welcome to Fuerza Equestrians Assistant Trainer: Conner Hinckley

Amelia & Conner




Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s