RiverHorse Farm is owned and managed by equine veterinarian and Preliminary event rider Matthew Eliott, DVM. He is an associate of New England Equine Practice, a large surgical referral center. Dr. Eliott is now a published author! Follow his book Stallside on Facebook and order it through Amazon!
We have highly efficient and caring staff that provide the best possible care for each horse.
Jayne Marino has been involved in the equestrian world professionally since 1984, after her graduation from Bryn Mawr College. She has in depth experience teaching and competing in all the sport horse disciplines, including hunter/jumpers, combined training and dressage. In 1994, Jayne was certified by ARICP in combined training.
Jayne has turned her personal focus to dressage and is a USDF Bronze and Silver medalist.
Jayne is a certified USDF Instructor/Trainer through Fourth Level.
Jayne is also a member of the USDF Faculty.
Jayne currently trains with Jacqueline Brooks and participates in local clinics.
Jayne makes the well-being of the horse a priority. As a teacher, she
enjoys supporting the growth of partnership between horse and rider using a consistent training program.
Facebook pages: Jayne Marino, Mistover
Four-star event rider and ICP-certified instructor Mikki Kuchta teaches all levels of competitive event riders from Beginner Novice to Intermediate. Although many of Mikki's students qualify for and win at various national Championships (including AEC and NAJYRC), most students event for fun and just enjoy setting and meeting their own goals. We have a wonderful team with a wide range of experience and abilities and we really enjoy ourselves, doing something we all love. There is a group going to an event almost every weekend in Areas 1 and 2, and winter training is available in Aiken, South Carolina. Mikki's website can be seen at www.aikenbachfarm.com.