Kate Fargo-Cryder & Regal Heir - "Regal" is a dressage sport horse by Paula's Holsteiner stallion Rejent, out of a saddlebred mare. Regal is a Third and Fourth Level dressage horse that also is a great driving horse. Kate purchased Regal from Paula in 2008, competing together at Third Level. In 2013 Regal moved to Florida with Kate.
Katherine Sunder - Kate started riding at the age on ten, showing Arabians for years. Before her sixteenth birthday, Kate purchased Ever Wonder Why, a son of Rejent, and she began training with Paula. In later years, Kate was given the opportunity to ride Rejent for the North American Young Rider Championships in 2004 and 2005. College took Kate to the Eastern part of the U.S. where she continued her riding and training. While pursuing her doctorate degree, Kate still finds time to ride as an alumni member of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association in hunter-jumpers. Once she graduates in 2015, she plans to pursue her riding goals once again and finish her two scores for her USDF Gold Medal.
Nick Sunder - Nick rode at Pratense Farms since 2001. Nick and "Wilbur," and Arabian gelding, specialized in the UPHA Exceptional Rider Championships in November of 2006 at the UPHA American Royal. They showed both in dressage and saddleseat to gain more ring time in preparation for the UPHA Exceptional Rider Championships. Nick had a great fan club that followed him into the ring every time, giving everyone inspiration that anything is possible.
Judy Nordstrom & Ghingerale - Ghingerale is a fifteen year old Hanoverian mare Judy competed at Second level in 2013. In 2014 the pair moved up the ladder, making it to the USDF Nationals for their Third Level freestyle. 2015 has them hoping to continue competing at Third Level and hoping for Fourth Level as well.
Deborah Baird & Sunny - Debbie began riding western as an adult and purchased her first horse at the ripe old age of forty. While training at a large Quarter Horse facility, a visiting dressage clinician caught her interest, and she has been addicted to dressage ever since. Debbie and her 21 year old palomino Quarter Horse, Sunny, have been at Pratense Farms since 2002. Sadly, Sunny crossed over the Rainbow Bridge in 2014. He has been and always will be greatly missed.