Lessons and Training

Briana is available for lessons and training at our facility, Hidden Valor Farm in Raeford, NC or will travel to your barn in the local Sandhills area. Training rides are available

harvestmoon30 copyin a variety of packages including monthly, weekly, and by the
ride. Lesson and training packages are available as well. She also takes horses on consignment to be sold, and has numerous connections to help find your perfect partner if you are in the market for a new horse.

In addition to traditional warmbloods Briana thoroughly enjoys and has extensive experience riding and training non-traditional breeds. This includes thoroughbreds, haflingers, saddlebreds, arabians, quarter horses, draft horses and draft crosses to name a few.

Briana is also available for clinics throughout the United States. Please contact her for current rates and availability.

Juniors and young riders competing:

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Student Accomplishments-

–       Numerous students frequently and successfully competing at local and regional dressage shows from intro level through PSG in open, adult amateur and jr/yr divisions. And students successfully competing at USEA horse trials through training level and have successfully coached numerous event riders to top places in the dressage phase through the advanced level

–        Kerry Lammerding– 2016 NCDCTA HOY open first level reserve champions, 2016 Antares Dressage show series reserve champions, 2016 NCDCTA 70% club member.

–       Jennifer Shattuck– 2016 earned bronze and silver medals

–       Jordyn Dunson awarded the 2015 Centerline Scores’ Young Rider Scholarship, NCDCTA 2015 horse of the year 3rd level jr/yr reserve champion, high score Jr/Yr at Dressage at the Lake 2015, USDF Bronze Medalist, reserve champion jr/yr 2015 NCDCTA Championships 3rd level, NCDCTA 70% Club member, 2014 NCDCTA horse of the year 6th place 1st level jr/yr and 3rd place 2nd level jr/yr.

–       Jennifer Fales– 2016 NCDCTA horse of the year AA intro champion, 2016 Antares Dressage show series champion, 7th place 2016 NCDCTA champions AA intro, 2016 Labor of Love intro AA division champions, High score AA at Early Morning Blues 2015, high score fit bit bling winner at Labor of Love and Harvest Moon Dressage 2015, 70% club member and AA reserve champion 2015, 2015 Swat ‘n Sweat Series intro champion, 3rd place NCDCTA championships intro AA, NCDCTA horse of the year intro AA 2015, 2014 March Magic Dressage high score ASB award

–    Natalie Horton2015 recipient of the USEF 4* High School Athlete Award, 2015 NCDCTA Championships 3rd place 2nd level jr/yr, NCDCTA Horse of the Year Champion 2nd level jr/yr

–    Lysa Hodgson– NCDCTA 70% Club Member 2014, 2014 NCDCTA Horse of the Year training level aa champion, 2014 Swat ‘n Sweat Series open first level reserve champion and AA first level champion, 2014 Rise ‘n Shine high score AA award, 2013 NCDCTA Horse of the Year champion training level AA, 2013 Pinehurst Fall Dressage high score award, 2013 Early Morning Blues high score award, 2013 Raleigh Summer Dressage II high score AA award, 2013 Swat ‘n Sweat Series high score AA and training level reserve champion, 2013 CLBM Championships 10th place AA training level, 2013 NCDCTA Championships 5th place AA training level.

–     Michelle Martin2013 USDF Bronze Medalist, 2013 NCDCTA Championship 3rd level AA 4th place, 2013 NCDCTA Horse of the Year 3rd level AA champion

–     Ellen Bradford– Harvest Moon Dressage 2013 High Score AQHA Award, 2013 NCDCTA Championships 3rd place AA training level, 2013 NCDCTA Horse of the Year reserve champion AA training level.

–     Emily Grace Swinson– 2013 NCDCTA Horse of the Year 3rd place jr/yr intro, 2013 NCDCTA Championships 4th place jr/yr training level.

–      Josiah Bryant 2014 NCDCTA Horse of the Year 4th place jr/yr 2nd level.

AA and Open students competing:

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Videos of students competing on the Atwell Dressage youtube channel:

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