RMEC is pleased to have several trainers and clinicians meeting the needs of the equestrian. Our trainers work together to meet the goals of individual riders. Many of our trainers have lesson horses available. Please contact trainers individually to find the match that works for you.

Dressage and hunter/jumper horses are available for lease.



Greta riding

Julie with students

Greta Vowell

Julie Barringer-Richers

Beth Jumping Deeda dressage

Beth Nielsen

Delanee Connors

  Deeda Randle



Julie Barringer-RichersChampionships

Julie Barringer-Richers, Wild Rose Farm, has moved her training business to RMEC after 20 years at Autumn Hill International Equestrian Center.  Julie comes with years of experience teaching children through adults at all levels of dressage.  Many of her students enjoy the show ring while others prefer riding “at home”.  Julie’s modesty precludes listing the numerous awards her students have won over the years, but she brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise while welcoming new clients at all levels.   

Julie is an active participant in the Rocky Mountain Dressage Society and welcomes your inquiries as you develop your goals as a rider, whether beginner or advanced.
Find Julie and her students on the Wild Rose Farm Facebook page!
Contact Julie at 720-341-5033 


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Greta Vowell


Greta Vowell, Dressage Pacifico, offers quality dressage training from beginner through the FEI levels.  She is also experienced in rehabilitating horses following surgery or injury.  Greta believes that in teaching and training, fairness to the horse is above all else.  Her philosophy is geared to the best ability of each individual rider and horse.

Greta is a USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist, was a member of the 2007 USDF Reg 5 NAYRC Team, winner of the 2007 Capt. Andrew de Szinay Memorial Award, and USDF Young Rider Graduate.  From 1996 to present, she has won numerous Year End and Championship Awards, from Training Level through Prix St. George.  She began riding at the age of three and over the years has ridden in many clinics with noted clinicians such as Susan Martin, Debbie McDonald, Conrad Schumacher, George Williams, Kathy Connelly, Steffen Peters, Lilo Fore and Jan Ebeling.


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Delanee Connors

Delanee has recently joined the team at RMEC.  She works with both youth and adults training/riding hunters and jumpers.

Delanee’s riding program evolved as her riders advanced from childhood into the adult world, and Delanee created Connors Equestrians LLC to meet the needs of riders of all ages and levels.

Delanee grew up in Connecticut and learned to ride horses at the New Cannan Mounted Troop, the last remaining junior cavalry in the U.S. Growing up in a cavalry program designed to teach leadership through horsemanship, gave her the knowledge and foundation to pursue a professional career with horses.

Working in student positions, internship programs, and as an assistant trainer to exemplary Colorado trainers, Delanee taught beginner riders and led horse camps. As part of these experiences, she had the opportunity to ride and show a multitude of sale horses for many different hunter and jumper trainers.

Through her life's passion for horses and as a new mother, Delanee found a rewarding experience in introducing children to horses. Rather than teach young children in the same way as adults, Delanee was driven to find better ways to teach children and foster a love of horses. She developed fun and interesting ways to introduce important life-long horsemanship concepts while still having fun.

Delanee, Connors Equestrian LLC, offers lessons at many levels of dedication, from the regular lesson rider to the competitive show rider.

Training and lesson packages for horses and riders are available.

Contact Delanee at 720-581-3998 or



Beth Nielsen


BethBeth was a professional rider, trainer, and owner of Cleveland based North Coast Farms for 25 years.  She selected, trained, and rode many National, Zone and Ohio PHA champions.   Beth qualified regularly for and competed at Devon and the Fall Indoor Circuit back east.

Beth trained a winner of the Medal and Maclay Finals and took many juniors to the national Equitation Finals.  She also has a strong background in Dressage, Pony Club, and Foxhunting. 

As a USEF “r” judge for 35 years, Beth maintains licenses in Hunters, Jumpers, Hunt Seat Equitation and Hunter Breeding.  She has many years of experience judging “A” rated, NCAA, IHSA, and IEA competitions.

Beth JumpingAfter receiving a B.S. in Equestrian Studies from Lake Erie College in Ohio, Beth returned to LEC as a full time faculty professor in Equestrian Studies in 2002-2003 and also coached their IHSA team. 

Beth now resides in Longmont with her husband and two teenagers.  She has served on USEF Zones 5 and 10 committees and was recently elected Zone 8 hunter committee Vice Chair.  She is also a member of the USHJA Hunter Breeding Subcommittee.  Beth is a lifelong student of teaching and horsemanship.

Contact Beth at





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Deeda Randle

Deeda is an accomplished trainer for horses and riders on the ground, in dressage, and “over fences” disciplines.  She is adept at working with inexperienced horses and riders as well as the experienced.

Although Deeda instructs and judges all over the region, she regularly visits RMEC providing instruction in horsemanship, flat work, and over fences disciplines. 

Deeda has served as a USA Equestrian Licensed "R" Dressage Technical Delegate since 1984. She became a licensed “r” Eventing Judge in 2001, and a licensed "r" Eventing Technical Delegate in 2003.  Please refer to Deeda's website for additional information on her extensive background and experiences.


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RMEC sponsors clinics with local and distant trainers at client/trainer request. 

Recent clinicians have included:  Dolly Hannon, Dressage; Sue Martin, Dressage; George Morris, Hunter/Jumper; Raian Kaiser, Equine Touch

Sue Martin, dressage trainer/rider from Thousand Oaks, CA, conducts regular clinics at RMEC throughout the year.  



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