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291 Mamaroneck Rd
Scarsdale, NY, 10583
USA

Boulder Brook is a premium care, full service equestrian facility, offering a wide range of services and a unique lesson/training program tailored to meet the needs of both our equine athletes and riders. 

Facility & Staff

 
 

AUDREY FELDMAN-HEAD TRAINER

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Courtney Clark:   Courtney started off her riding career at Fox Hill Farms in Pleasantville, New York. She eventually began working the barn, and progressed to teaching lessons by the time she finished high school.  Her passion for horses took her to Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she earned her BA in Biology. She was an active member of the equestrian team, under the guidance of coach Cindy Ford, for all four undergraduate years. She qualified and competed at IHSA Regional, Zone, and National Finals, both as an individual and as a team rider.  After college, Courtney worked at the Riverdale Stables in the Bronx, where she fulfilled the roles of both trainer and assistant barn manager. During that time she also expanded her scientific knowledge, working under contract for Wildlife Conservation Society and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a seasonal biologist and bird bander.  Courtney joined Boulder Brook in July 2013 teaching full time, attending shows and is also a coach for the Boulder Brook IEA teams.  She enjoys spending as much time around horses as possible!

Courtney Clark:

Courtney started off her riding career at Fox Hill Farms in Pleasantville, New York. She eventually began working the barn, and progressed to teaching lessons by the time she finished high school.

Her passion for horses took her to Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she earned her BA in Biology. She was an active member of the equestrian team, under the guidance of coach Cindy Ford, for all four undergraduate years. She qualified and competed at IHSA Regional, Zone, and National Finals, both as an individual and as a team rider.

After college, Courtney worked at the Riverdale Stables in the Bronx, where she fulfilled the roles of both trainer and assistant barn manager. During that time she also expanded her scientific knowledge, working under contract for Wildlife Conservation Society and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a seasonal biologist and bird bander.

Courtney joined Boulder Brook in July 2013 teaching full time, attending shows and is also a coach for the Boulder Brook IEA teams.

She enjoys spending as much time around horses as possible!

 
 
Dina Fasano:   Dina has been an instructor at Boulder Brook for 5 years. She has many years of experience training and caring for horses - ranging from working at both Yonkers and Aqueduct racetracks, to serving as VP of an equine rescue where she was responsible for the care of over 40 horses. She has been riding since she was a child, and teaching lessons since she was 18 years old.  Dina teaches private and group lessons to riders of all levels, and is a coach of the Boulder Brook IEA teams.

Dina Fasano:

Dina has been an instructor at Boulder Brook for 5 years. She has many years of experience training and caring for horses - ranging from working at both Yonkers and Aqueduct racetracks, to serving as VP of an equine rescue where she was responsible for the care of over 40 horses. She has been riding since she was a child, and teaching lessons since she was 18 years old.

Dina teaches private and group lessons to riders of all levels, and is a coach of the Boulder Brook IEA teams.

Kat Fish:   Kat grew up north of Boston, riding horses since the age of six and eventually became a working student for TMC eventing. She worked extensively with off the track thoroughbreds, retraining them for careers after racing.  After attending college for her degree is Equine Business Management from Post University where she also rode for the IDA team, Kat moved to CT and continued her dressage training with Katja Eilers.  Kat joined Boulder Brook in September 2018 after five years of training horses at a private boarding facility in Westchester NY.

Kat Fish:

Kat grew up north of Boston, riding horses since the age of six and eventually became a working student for TMC eventing. She worked extensively with off the track thoroughbreds, retraining them for careers after racing.

After attending college for her degree is Equine Business Management from Post University where she also rode for the IDA team, Kat moved to CT and continued her dressage training with Katja Eilers.

Kat joined Boulder Brook in September 2018 after five years of training horses at a private boarding facility in Westchester NY.