Quality instruction for the serious horse and rider


Dedicated to fostering a greater understanding of horses by improving the natural gaits and refining communication between horse and rider.


Who is Lyn Ringrose-Moe? Lyn grew up in Mariposa County and was exposed to working ranch horses trained in traditional Californio Vaquero methods. She developed an interest in Classical Dressage while attending Cal Poly in SLO.

Lyn began a long journey learning the art of Dressage, which has become a lifelong pursuit. Lyn was so excited when the sport of Cowboy Dressage was developed as it combines her love of the working western cow horse with the classical training she has dedicated most of her life learning.

Lyn is a graduate of the USDF “L” judges program, is a member the Western Dressage Association of America (WDAA) Advisory Board and Test Writing Committee, has competed in dressage, western dressage, working cow horse, cutting, combined training, and show jumping. She has coached and shown at the FEI levels in Dressage.

In 2010, she coached a young rider to a Team Silver medal at the North American Junior/Young Rider Championships in Lexington, KY. Lyn has coached many riders who have become successful trainers, riders, and competitors.

Gold N Grand Freestyle

“I have committed my professional career to educating riders so that they will be more effective at communicating with their horses.”   

                                         ~ Lyn Ringrose-Moe

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Cowboy Dressage Clinic with Lyn!

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What: This clinic will emphasize exercises useful in developing better balance, bend, and straightness in your horse using the Cowboy Dressage Court and Tests.

Where: Sugarland Horse Park

             41070 County Road 18C

             Woodland, CA

When: Jan. 26, 2014


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