We welcome professional trainers to utilize Fallbrook Riders Field
Please read below and follow instructions.
You must be a Certified Trainer and on file with our insurance company prior to using our field.
An insurance endorsement from your current insurance company naming Fallbrook Riders, Inc. as Additionally Insured is required prior to any lessons or training on our field. This is the only name that can be on the endorsement. This is to be kept up to date and renewed each year or when your insurance comes due. Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org and wait for confirmation.
You must be a Member in good standing and understand your additional duties as a trainer using our facility.
You must not allow any non member to enter Fallbrook Riders Field without first obtaining a full liability release form signed and dated and collecting the required $20 per day fee. This is per person/horse. Place the liability release along with payment in the box inside the block house. Forms are provided for your convenience.
No dogs allowed at any time off leash. This is an insurance requirement and must be respected.
Familiarize yourself with our Policy and Procedures and Rules prior to utilizing our field.
In case of an incident/accident you are required to fill out an Incident Report (located inside the block house) and notify any board member within 24 hours.
We are an all volunteer organization and do not have an employee or anyone else who cleans up manure or trash left by field users. Please be diligent with your students and guests and encourage them to leave the field even better than they found it. Manure buckets and forks are provided for you. All manure is to be placed in the dumpster.
We are happy to make our fabulous field available to you and your students and hope you will enjoy it for years to come. Your participation in all of the above will continue to make this possible.
If you would like to because a member trainer, email FRF for the complete trainer package.
Fallbrook Riders, Inc.
Member Trainers at Fallbrook Riders Field
Owner of ELPIS Enterprises, LLC. Julie is a board member of the California Dressage Society, Temecula Valley Chapter; she was co-captain of the equestrian team for two years at Gettysburg College, Pa. Julie has competed on an International level in the jumping world and rides and train for dressage at CDSD and USDF recognized dressage shows.
Julie teaches riding lessons to student 4 to 82 with an emphasis on goal-setting and education tailored to individual needs and learning styles. Her goal oriented program is tailored to the individual with a focus on the well being of horse and rider.
United States Eventing Association, ICP Certified Instructor
With 30+ years of riding and training in her background, Tauni has the experience to help you build a better relationship with your equine partner. As owner and head instructor of So Cal Eventing, she has students at all levels from Beginning Walk-Trot all the way up to competing at the International CCI and CIC levels.
Tauni has a variety of experience with all breeds. She is one of only a few elite instructors who can teach you how to train your own horse. She offeres specialty clinics in Pacing, Bandaging and Lunging. Tauni also instructs in dressage, stadium, jumpers and conditioning.
Heather is based in the north county San Diego area on a limited basis for dedicated adult amateurs. She has 30 years of experience in eventing, dressage, jumping, and foxhunting.
Heather focuses on instilling the highest quality basics with the belief that function follows form and really emphasizing a strong core and good balance in the rider to ensure that they work smoothly with their equine partner.She is a big believer in cross training and will take a jumper out fox hunting or a dressage horse out on a trail ride to freshen then up on a periodic basis to return to their normal day job with a more joyful outlook on life—- and this applies as much for the rider! She focuses on safe, fun, and positive experiences for both Horse and rider and will push someone just a little bit past their comfort zone without making anybody feel uncomfortable.