Rachel has been involved in the therapeutic riding community since she was a teenager and volunteered throughout high school at a PATH (then NARHA) program. Rachel now has 20 years experience in the EAA field. Rachel has a passion for all equines, but especially donkeys. She also runs a donkey training program. It is very difficult to out-stubborn her, as she is very patient!
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Amy has a BS in Physical Education and Coaching and an MS in Exercise and Sport Science. She's grown up around horses and loves to ride in the mountains. Amy has found great joy in her midlife career switch to a Path Registered Therapeutic Riding Instructor and an Equine Specialist. She loves to travel and spend time outdoors. Her family includes 2 kids, 2 horses, 1 cat, 1 dog and 1 husband:)
Belinda Engler has recently moved to Colorado to be closer to her three grandchildren.She is a retired Special Education teacher and has had her own riding school for 20 years in Kansas. She has taught children and youth from 3 years to 18 years as well as adults. Belinda drives miniature horses and has started ponies and horses as well as breeding Welsh ponies and Morabs horses. She also enjoyed working with youth in the horsemanship summer camps offered on the farm and as the 4-H County-Wide Horse leader. Gardening is a hobby she has pursued on her 80 acre farm in Kansas for many years. Running her farm year round in all kinds of weather has taught her an appreciation for all life and for our place in the annual rhythms of nature.