Originally hailing from Texas, Clark has been living and competing in the eastern US, UK and Europe since 1999. Clark has been a regular fixture on the USEF's High Performance and World Class training lists for many years.
Meg Pellegrini is a nationally ranked young rider. She started riding when she was 5 years old competing in Hunters and Equitation, until moving to California where she started training with Brian and Lisa Sabo to compete in 3 Day Eventing.
Shannon is a U.S. Dressage Federation Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist, and three-time National Championship competitor: on Luxor in 2007 when the two were crowned Reserve National Champions Intermediare I; on Flor de Selva in 2009 when they took home 4th place in the Intermediare division; and on Akiko Yamazaki’s Odyssey in 2011 after winning the Grand Prix Special at Del Mar and Burbank CDIs.
Born in Wesel, Germany, Steffen is a four-time Olympic dressage competitor and three-time USEF Horseman of the Year. He marks as his good fortune to have trained and ridden a number of remarkable horses, reaching back to his teenage years in Germany when his father bought him a three-year-old KWPN gelding named Udon.
Alexandra (Alex) du Celliee Muller is a Dressage and Event trainer, based out of Little Rock, Arkansas. Alex is a Graduate "A" of the United States Pony Clubs (USPC), a USPC National Examiner, and a USDF Silver Medalist.