Adamczyk Andalusians & Equestrian Center

Adamczyk Andalusians & Equestrian Center

5.0 (4)
2 years in business

About this pro

Clinician and Instructor Sandra Law is the 2018 ERAHC and WE United Region 6 L5 Champion, L5 Top Ten WE United, Confederation For Working Equitation Reserve Champion Northeast Region.

Sandra brings 42 years of experience in training and teaching in many different disciplines. 20 of those years in the study of Classical Dressage with Riding Master Frank Grelo, and the multiple WE National Champion Carlos Carneiro.

Sandra works with all ages and levels. Using the principles of Classical Horsemanship, she specializes in helping people of all equine sports to better their riding, enhance the athletic abilities of their horses, and reach their personal goals. 

Sandra teaches people both on their horses and on her own highly trained show horses.  Sandra is very willing to travel to students.  

I love working with the horses and riders as they are learning the joy in the harmony created between them and their horses. 

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Credentials

Andrews, SC 29510
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4 Reviews

5.0

  • Evelyn Miller

    Sandra taught me so much in my time with her. Not only about horses, but life lessons and amazing advice from her own experiences. She helped me find three horses that were a perfect fit to my personality and the level I wanted to reach to. During those moments she helped me understand what to look for in a horses confirmation and if the horse was mentally stable to take on what I wanted to do or not. Sandra was always there to help me, a fourteen year old girl at the time, take a very green horse of nine to Level One Dressage and beyond. She was and has always been there for me when I needed anything and has treated me as one if her own. Sandra is someone I could come to for laughs, lessons, and amazing adventures. She has taught people of all ages and riding styles. Such as English, Western, Dressage, Jumping and more. Sandra always wanted us to learn and succeed no matter what, she finds it important to try knew things and step out if our comfort zone. Sandra will even take us to clinique's and encourage us to compete in many shows so we can take in as much information about how to be a better rider and caretaker to our horses. She is always eager to learn herself while taking those moments to share it with us. 99% of what I know all comes from my experience at being a riding student from Sandra and I am so happy to have been taught by her for as long as I have, and her advice will always be with me in the future.

  • Diana Miller

    I met Sandra many years ago when my kids joined Pony Club, they were able to learn quickly and efficiently while also learning the importance of team work and dedication. We really liked her casual teaching style and her leadership. She is always willing to help, give advice, and even offer her house to her students as a safe and inviting area that they could call a second home. She would also come to horse shows and help us understand the dos and don'ts, while so happy to support every moment my kids competed. We spent the past 10 years taking lessons from her and we are forever thankful for all she has done. Sandra is a wealth of knowledge and very enthusiastic to share it with others. We really miss having her near us but we know she will do such great things in South Carolina and make so many children there incredibly comfortable in and out the saddle.

  • Diana Miller

    I met Sandra many years ago when my kids joined Pony Club, they were able to learn quickly and efficiently while also learning the importance of team work and dedication. We really liked her casual teaching style and her leadership. She is always willing to help, give advice, and even offer her house to her students as a safe and inviting area that they could call a second home. She would also come to horse shows and help us understand the dos and don'ts, while so happy to support every moment my kids competed. We spent the past 10 years taking lessons from her and we are forever thankful for all she has done. Sandra is a wealth of knowledge and very enthusiastic to share it with others. We really miss having her near us but we know she will do such great things in South Carolina and make so many children there incredibly comfortable in and out the saddle.

  • Betty Johnson

    Sandra is a born teacher. She can fix any problem and really improves not only the horse but the rider also. I recommend her for any one regardless your discipline. She is the best.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Typically Sandra does a intitial evaluation of the riders level, thier horses level, what the goals are, and what the problem areas are. Then Sandra will put together a plan to fix problems, develop the harmony between horse and rider, and direction to reach the riders goals.  Each lesson builds on the skills learned.  


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Sandra has been riding and training her entire life.  She started riding before she could walk and was Eventing at age 4.  She spent years in Pony Club and 4-H, Eventing through Preliminary level. She also spent many years driving. Entering and winning many driving competitions. Sandra started training outside ponies at age 8, and teaching riding at age 13. She has spent the last 20 years studying Classical Dressage and Horsemanship. Sandra discovered the sport of Working Equitation 6 years ago and now competes at the national level. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Lessons are $50.  Travel fees depending on the distance and the number of riders. 


How did you get started teaching?

Sandra started teaching at age 13.  


What types of students have you worked with?

Sandra has worked with all ages and levels in many equine sports.  Including Eventing, Dressage, Working Equitation, Show jumping, Driving, Fox Hunting, Trail Trials, Trail Riding, Barrel Racing, Team penning, and Pleasure or Show.  


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

You should look for a instructor that has the background and expertise to help you reach your goals. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

A student should always have goals in mind.  


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