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Welcome to THDT!


Tracey is a 5* USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist.

These medals were achieved on horses that Tracey trained herself!  

Above is a picture of Aldente at Woodside where they received a score of 71% in the Grand Prix

In 2010 this pair were invited to the USEF Elite Rider clinic and were on the USEF Long List.

Tracey has worked at several top facilities over the years. Above is a picture of Chalk Hill Winery where she was the private trainer for the Furth family from 2007-2010. She was a key member in helping design their state of the art facility.

In 2001 and 2002 Tracey lived in Germany and worked for the prestigious Bockmann Hengst Station in Lastrup. She studied under the tutelage of Master Bereiter Ralf Hannover who was a student of the late great Herbert Rehbein.

While there, she had the good fortune to ride 3 of their stallions: Quattro B, Askar and Farewell. In Vechta at the annual Bockmann stallion presentation, Tracey was honored to represent both Quattro and Askar. That evening she also performed a Pas de Deux on Quattro side by side with Olympian Kristy Oatley who rode Quattro's son Quando Quando under spot lights!

Quattro B


In 1999, Tracey made a big move from Massachusetts where she had grown up, to San Diego. Tracey was fortunate to get one of the coveted working student positions for Olympian Steffen Peters.

This is where she and her partner Curioso trained

and were able to debut their Grand Prix.

Tracey feels honored to call Steffen a friend and tries to get down to San Diego whenever possible to continue her education under her mentor!

A few of the other clinicians that Tracey has studied under include:

#2 Rider in the World Catherine Dufour

Olympian Laura Graves

Olympian Sabine Schut Kerry

Olympian Kasey Perry

Kathleen Raine

German FEI "O" judge Dr Volker Moritiz

Conrad Schumacher

and Guenter Seidel, Debbie McDonald, Axel Steiner, Afredo Hernandez

Gary Rockwell, Jane Weatherwax & Morten Thompson

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