Jennifer Granger became involved with horses at the age of 12 after she finally talked her parents into buying her a horse. She discovered show horses when a neighbor brought her along to a horse show and she was hooked.
Always one to admire a fancy, high stepping horse, Jennifer went onto ride and show Morgans and Saddlebreds in harness and under saddle in English and Western divisions. She attended William Woods University, where she minored in Equestrian Science and had the good fortune to ride with renowned instructor, Gayle Lampe.
She later moved to Southern California where she has been teaching riding and driving for the past 10 years. Jennifer enjoys teaching riders of all levels and ages and sharing her passion for horses with her students.
Her teaching style is positive based as she teaches one skill at a time to build muscle memory and confidence. Jennifer understands the challenges and demands of the sport and tries to make the learning process fun and at a pace that is comfortable for each individual rider.