Lone Wolf Farm

Coaches and Staff

Meet our Coaching Team

We are pleased to introduce all the members of our team. We have a great group of in-house coaches to help our students at home and those interested in showing.

Located on the beautiful Rideau Canal, just minutes from Kemptville, Ontario. Lone Wolf Farm has a quiet and friendly atmosphere on 20 acres of land. We offer wonderful programs in the hunter, jumper and dressage fields, as we pride ourselves in the basics, the foundation of the future. We are known for our Beginner Program which starts riders off in a “one on one” program to learn not only the basics of riding but also many important horsemanship skills.

Sorina Ostiguy

Sorina has been riding for over twenty years and has spent many successful years competing at all levels in the hunter and jumper ring as well as dressage. She has qualified and competed at the Royal (3rd in the Lt. Govenor’s Cup) as well as the Silver Championships in the hunter, dressage and equitation. She has had success in the jumper and dressage rings as well.

Sorina truly enjoys working with young horses and riders and helping them discover the joy of a true partnership in the ring. From starting and working with green horses, to rider’s first lessons to everybody’s first show, she likes to create a positive and fun learning atmosphere. Sorina is certified with CPR training.

Kasey Miner

— Youth and Child Care Graduate, Beginner Lessons.

I am passionate about teaching new, young and old riders about the value of communication between horse and rider.

I am a child and youth worker by trade with a life long passion for horses. My full time job you would find me running an animal Therapy program for adults with disabilities and my part time life is spent at Lone Wolf Farm.

Lone Wolf Farm has a special place in my heart as I have been part of the Lone Wolf team since I was three years old! Transitioning from student to coach was one of my happiest moments.

I enjoy teaching children and youth with varying disabilities and mental health issues about the wonderful world of horses.

I look forward to meeting any new students that would like to join the Lone Wolf team 🙂

Tiffany Doyle

Bio to come shortly…

Elizabeth MacGregor (Liz)

Liz is pushing 30 years in the saddle and has dabbled in many of the different disciplines, developing respect for each.

Competing in local fairs in western, pleasure, hunters, jumpers and equitation, Liz spent much time focussed in dressage and competed up to 3rd level in Gold sanctioned events with horses that came from Germany to continue training and be sold in Canada and the USA.

Her solid background in dressage has taught her the importance of quality flat work and how it is the stepping stone to success in all disciplines as well as instilling confidence in both horse and rider.

Liz’s most recent success was clinicing with icon, George Morris, where her dedication to her horse and her desire to learn brought her much praise and left her with a wealth of refreshed knowledge, new ideas and tactics.

Her upbeat personality and determination to create a fun, learning atmosphere has benefit riders of all ages and skill levels through her 20 years of coaching.

We also offer monthly lessons with:

Ron King – Level 2 Dressage Coach

Ron comes once to twice a month to help students with their flat work. Whether you are a hunter or a jumper rider and wanting to improve your basic flat work.

Coach - Sorina

Kacey

Staff

Jancy Watkins

— Certified Emergency First Aid and CPR — Equine First Aid certified.

 

 

Gerianne Stinson

— Equine First Aid certified

 

 

Judy Greening

— Equine First Aid certified

 

Jasmin Young

 

Jancy and Nox

Staff

Judy