Trainers Available At Bow Brickhill Stables



Samantha St. Jacques, who competed for Canada as Samantha Taylor at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, is available for training at Bow Brickhill Stables.  Samantha was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, where she achieved her “A” level at pony club and successfully competed through her junior years, placing fifth at the North America Young Riders Championship in 2003.  Samantha began competing at the Advanced Level in 2005 and was named as an alternate for the Pan Am Games in 2007 on her mount Livewire whom she went on to compete in Beijing. Samantha and her husband, international Grand Prix dressage rider Pierre St. Jacques, operate a training and sales business in PA.  We are delighted that Samantha has joined Pierre as a trainer at Bow Brickhill Stables.  Sam offers training in dressage, eventing and hunter/jumper.


Born in Montreal, Canada, Pierre has been a US citizen since 1999 and has represented the USA at numerous international competitions.  Pierre has over 20 years' experience training dressage horses and riders.  Pierre and his long-term partner, Lucky Tiger, were members of the Gold Medal-winning US Dressage team at the 2003 Pan Am Games and in 2010 placed eighth in the Exquis World Dressage Masters against some of the best riders in the world.   Pierre has the ability to work with all types and temperaments of horses ranging from the beginning stages of a young horse all the way to the most advanced stages required of the Grand Prix horse.


In the business of helping horses and their people for over 25 years, Lara DeLorenzo has a diverse background which includes starting colts, dressage, roping, barrel racing, driving, jumping, cattle work, showing and trail riding.  
Her passion is the Vaquero art of horsemanship.

Without a solid foundation, everything else is just temporary.  Lara starts at the beginning with groundwork to help the horse develop trust and respect.  From the first ride, to more advanced maneuvers and collection, she always works from where the horse is at.

If the rider understands what the horse has 
learned, they will have greater success.   Lara offers lessons in all aspects of horsemanship, from the ground up.  Safety always comes first, and riders are encouraged to expand their comfort zone, without being over-faced.