Lindsey – Owner of Partridge Horse Hill, founder of Harmony Horsemanship, president of Natural Horsemanship Association, and a Registered Nurse. She has been a Horse Wrangler for feature films, a champion at the 2015 and 2016 International Thoroughbred Makeovers, won many awards and titles for Extreme Cowboy Racing, Jumpers, and Horse Training. See Lindsey in the Media click here. Author of Natural Horsemanship Answering the What, Why, and How for ALL Disciplines
Caileigh Anne – Silver Certified Coach from the Natural Horsemanship Association. Started riding in 2005 and coaching in 2014. Currently in school to become a Paramedic at Centennial College. Many years experience riding on the Trillium and A-Circuit in both the hunter and jumper ring, shadowed Lindsey Partridge in coaching and spent numerous lessons learning from her while training my own horses. She has participated in multiple Centred Riding Clinics, jumping clinics, dressage clinics, show clinics and horsemanship clinics. She has a love of coaching all ages, training horses, learning how to better herself in horsemanship, as well as sharing her knowledge with her students.
Rebecca (Becca) Brown: EC Competition Coach – English Centered Riding Instructor, Natural Horsemanship Student, Pony Club Coach, Coaches/Competes in dressage, huner/jumper, groundwork, equitation, 3 day eventing, pleasure riding. 20+ years experience, Competes in 3 day eventing and hunter derbys with her 10 yr old warmblood gelding
which she trained. Works with students to develop riders’ confidence and build a cooperative relationship between horse and rider. Supports students of all ages in a safe, non-judgemental environment emphasizing good sportsmanship and a fun atmosphere. In November 2017 she acheived her Level 2 Harmony Horsemanship Instructor certification.
Ally: Ally started coaching in 2011 and riding in 2005. She spent 5 years attending PHH summer camps learning from multiple different mentors, trainers and coaches in many different styles and disciplines of riding; experienced in Hunter, Jumper, Eventing, Western Pleasure, Gaming, Natural Horsemanship/Freestyle/liberty as well as basic dressage. Ally’s goal for her students is to combine little bits from every discipline and use them together to make the best, most efficient horse and rider team; teaching step by step, focusing on starting properly – with healthy flat work and good position, then going anywhere from there! Ally has 3 horses which she uses her practices on, all trained herself; one in Western Pleasure, Hunter/Jumper/Dressage and Freestyle/Liberty, she also takes on new horses in need, to work on and sell. She is open to all ages/experience, beginner – advanced, pleasure – competitive rider, Western or English. Currently working towards her Equine Guelph Studies Diploma, competition coach certification, and Level 10 rider level test to pursue training.
Wendy– started riding at Partridge Horse Hill taking lessons from Lindsey back in 2014 and has continued ever since. She ended up purchasing her lesson mount, Thetis, who she has competed Jumpers on and claimed many ribbons and prizes with. They also dabble in obstacles and western speed events for fun and enjoy trail riding. Wendy is a junior coach that achieved her level 1 Harmony Horsemanship Instructor certification in November, 2017. She was also our junior coach for summer camp 2017.
Franny Galvin-Hynes: is junior trainer that has been Lindsey’s protege student since 2014.
She competed with Lindsey at the Thoroughbred Makeover in 2016 with the horse “You Got to Be Kidding” and finished 5th in the Trail Division.
She competed again in 2017 with Lindsey aboard “The Bowie Van” (now a lesson horse that we nicknamed Little) and placed 1st in Trail, and she competed in Field Hunter for the first time and placed 14th. She was the Top Junior in both disciplines.
The Thoroughbred Makeover is an International Competition held at the Kentucky Horse Park with hundreds of competitors, many of which are top professionals and includes some Olympic and World Champion Riders. Franny completed all of the training on the horses she took to the makeover including all of their off property experiences/shows.
Franny plans to compete in 2018 again, this time with two horses. Point Load (one of Lindsey’s horses) and Wasted (her own horse).
Aleisha– Has been around horses for over 20years, raised on a farm and riding since the young age of 7. She loves spending time with her current equine partners Dimes and Lilly trail riding in the Ganaraska forest. She started a new adventure as a mother in July 2017. “I am heading the Toddler and School Group Programs and look forward to sharing my love and knowledge of horses with new generations. I took my passion for caring for animals and have turned it into my career as a registered Veterinary Technician in 2013 and pride myself on maintaining a safe and healthy environment for both children and animals.” Aleisha
Frances– Certified BHSAI (EC level 1 coach equivalent)
After becoming a qualified instructor through the British Horse Society, Frances taught students and trained horses in England and California, and started a recreational riding program at a British Forces Base in Nigeria. Since moving to the Peterborough area, Frances has worked as a free-lance coach and horse trainer, has taught at
From 1996 to 2008 Frances ran her own Training & Boarding business where she started and trained young horses and coached their owners up to First Level Dressage and Pre-Training Level Eventing.
Frances’ own competitive experience has been geared toward attaining her EC Level 2 Coaching Certification. She has trained 2 off-the-track-TBs up to Training Level Eventing, and has competed in Dressage on a variety of horses, up to Medium/Second Level.
Laura– Is our Office Manager. If you want to schedule a lesson, book a clinic with Lindsey, register for an event or have a question she is the person to go to – you can email her at email@example.com
Annette – Lindsey’s mom as well as ‘Camp Mom’, she completes all of the registration for camp and often is the one preparing the meals for clinics and events.
Korey – Is our Farm Manager. She is in charge of making sure the farm and horses stay in great shape. She is a great resource for equine first aid or care.
Sherri – handles all of our payment tracking. You can reach her via the firstname.lastname@example.org
Esther & Jennifer – make the rope products that we sell with www.HarmonyHorsemanship.ca