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Sarah Pollock

Sarah Pollock

Sarah has been involved with horses her entire life and began competing at the age of 9. During her time as a junior she competed on the West Coast in hunters, jumpers, and equitation on the ‘AA’ rated circuit with Grand Prix rider Romelia Calderon and trainer Hope Davis. After her junior career she decided to continue her education of the sport by becoming a working student in college for Gabriella Salick of Sandstone Farms who was working alongside German veterans of the sport, Marcus and Meredith Beerbaum and training USA Olympian, Lucy Davis.

She continued to compete on her own horse through college as well as taking a heavy involvement in IHSA. During her time at Cal Poly Pomona she was co-captain of the team coaching all levels of the hunt seat team helping them attain numerous regional, zone, and national titles. She was ranked number 1 in her region and 11th in the country her senior year in 2014. Sarah became involved in the American Student Riding Association where she later took on the role as National Responsible for the team where she traveled and competed all over Europe in student rider nations cups. She graduated with a degree in Marketing Management in 2014 from Cal Poly Pomona.

After college she began working for Camino Real Farms as the head rider and working part time for Miracle Ranch where she trained and started young horses to begin their show career in the hunters, jumpers and equitation. She later worked and trained under Grand Prix rider Peter Petschenig before moving to Central California.

Now as head trainer and rider for owner Lori Johnston of Asunción Valley Farm she focuses on the breeding, training and sales of sport horses and ponies while continuing to advance in the jumper ring.

Sarah Pollock (951) 316-5205

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