Lindsay Collins grew up on the family farm and made the choice to continue in the equine business. Lindsay started breaking and training horses at the age of 11, since then she's had the opportunity to train dozens of horses undersaddle in multiple disciplines. When she was 15 she left Wildwood to apprentice at Rhineland Stud Farm with Olympian Ed Rothkranz who trained with the 1936 gold medalist Heinz Pollay. This invaluable time period of almost 3 years provided her with the knowledge to continue in the most classical training methods. Lindsay has also had an internship with an O level dressage judge, and now takes regular lessons from Jeremy Steinberg. She is a member of the USEF, USDF, Louisville Dressage Society, and the Mid-South Eventing-Dressage Association. Lindsay is currently breeding, training and showing her own string of warmbloods.
Lindsay has competed in recognized Dressage, Jumping, Driving, and Competitive/Endurance racing. Lindsay is available for Dressage or Jumping lessons on site or will travel off property as per your needs.