Paige Peters - Windham Paige is the resident trainer at Saddlebrook. As a highly competitive rider in open competitions, she has earned her USDF Gold, Silver and Bronze medals entirely on horses she has trained thru the levels herself. A milestone was reached in 2005, when she made her intermational competition debut. She has had great success at the USDF Regional Championships qualifying and finishing in the ribbons ever year, with many Champion and Reserve Champion titles. Incredibly, she has been awarded an SWDC medal for every level from Training to Intermediare  In 2007, Paige was invited to be a guest rider at the annual Young Dressage Horse Trainers Symposium. She and her horses have placed in USDF Horse of the Year and USDF All Breeds awards including Champion, Rsv. Champion and Top Five placements. She was invited to the innagural USDF Dressage Finals in Lexington, KY as both a rider and a coach. Paige began her riding career as a competitive jumper and dressage rider. She eventually made the transition to a full time dressage rider and trainer. However, she utilizes much of her jumping experience not only in the development of young horses, but to consistently introduce new exercises into her daily routine to keep the horses challened both mentally and physically.Throughout the years she has had the opportunity to work with many top trainers including Jan Nivelle, Raymond Withages, Sabine Schut-Kery, Dr. Cesar Parra, Scott Hassler and Michael Klimke. Paige says, “My formal education has been based on the German Training System and I continue to focus my daily training on those principles. I believe that a supple horse that is forward from the leg and has a mutual respect with his rider has unlimited potential. Training