Allison Springer Eventing is in search of new team members, including 2 new full time grooms! Join our team, email your resume and cover letter to ASE will be spending January 2015 in Wellington, FL before heading to the lovely Fox Frolic Farm once again in Aiken for February and March. Contact us today for boarding and lesson information. 
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The focus of Allison Springer Eventing is to train international event horses to the highest level of competition world wide. The ultimate goal is to represent the United States in Olympic competition.

Allison Springer represents the best of America’s growing equestrian talent. A consummate athlete and compassionate rider, Allison is one of Eventing’s brightest stars. Allison’s classic position and strong fundamentals highlight her talent, poise, and partnership with the horse.

Allison Springer

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Known for dedication and consistency, Allison has been recognized as a rider to watch by some of the biggest names in the sport. She’s been named to the United States Equestrian Federation’s High Performance Training List, a proven training ground for national team riders, multiple times on multiple horses (most recently in 2013), and in addition to being short listed for the last Olympic Games, finished 3rd in the HSBC FEI Classics Series for 2012 (the highest placing ever by an American) following a second place finish at the Rolex CCI4*, and 6th place finish at the Burghley CCI4*!

A veteran four-star event rider, trainer, and coach, Allison aspires to represent the United States in Olympic and International competition. Allison actively competes across the country, trains and shows horses for clients, and teaches professional and amateur riders.

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