Aurélie has many years of riding experience. She started her riding career in France in the famous military institution “CSEM Centre Sportif d’Equitation Militaire” in Fontainebleau and graduated “Galop 7”, the highest level in the French federal certification.
She was ready to become a horse owner and she spent her time competing in local jump shows and events. She competed in the French National Championships in 2004 and 2005 and was selected for 1 star 3-day eventing competitions.
Aurélie moved to the United States in 2016 where she imported her young French event mare. She currently competes at Training/Preliminary and plans to compete at an international level. Aurelie’s focus is on creativity to keep the exercises interesting and exciting for students and horses. She will listen to student’s goals and expectations, and will help them reach and exceed those goals.
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So excited you guys opened up down the street! Best lessons I've taken in YEARS!!!
Aurélie is an awesome trainer and instructor. She is incredibly patient, funny and knowledgeable, and puts you at ease, which is very helpful for nervous new riders like me and my wife Leah. We are very lucky to have found her!
Wonderful facility and people! Aurelie is a great instructor. She is extremely patient, kind and understanding. Lessons are challenging yet rewarding. The location is fantastic. Lesson scheduling is clear and flexible. Can’t wait for our new adventures ahead! So happy we found Rosary Stables.
Aurelie's and Thomas's stable is a magical place. The horses are managed brilliantly, from the field and barn care to the horses' training. Aurelie is an instructor who will push you and challenge you yet is very kind and patient. Her broad knowledge of all types of horses, especially the particularities of off the track thoroughbreds, is reflected in how quickly all her horses progress and how much I as a rider have gained in confidence and skill.
We set up a one hour evaluation lesson to be able to build up the lesson program.
We talk about goals, dreams, and what the student would love to achieve. Then we decide together what kind of exercices we need to focus on and how frequently the student want to practice.