Wellington, Florida – March 26, 2018 – Kim Herslow and Jessie and Betsy Steiner are joining forces in a collaboration of like-minded horsewomen to provide a fun, inclusive, and knowledge-based environment for dressage people and their horses at Herslow’s Upper Creek Farm in Stockton, New Jersey.
The Steiners were previously based near the farm six months of the year, but now they will be located closer to their New Jersey homes. The mother/daughter duo will bring 14 horses to Herslow’s 52-acre property located in the heart of Delaware Township. Upper Creek Farm includes more than 40 stalls, a large indoor arena, a covered European walker, two outdoor rings, an open riding field and direct access to the local trail association.
“We decided to do this to have more fun in our training and to be supportive of our clients and each other,” Herslow said. “When one of us is away teaching clinics or on business, we can be there to keep the ball rolling at home. It’s a win-win situation!”
The Steiners are thrilled to be housed at Herslow’s state-of-the-art facility with its excellent footing and variety of amenities to help add value to their existing clients while expanding their horizons to welcome new clients. Betsy Steiner has taught clinics at Upper Creek Farm and is already acquainted with many of the riders there as well as their horses.
“Kim has created an environment where there’s happy horses and happy people,” she said. “We’ve known her for a long time and we’ve admired her work ethic, her love for horses and the solid, successful training that’s taken her to international success. We are excited to bring our much-loved clients and horses to that environment of learning, interest and excitement coupled with an atmosphere of care and consideration for other people.”
The trainers are looking forward to combining their clients and students into a blended family for more fun and added support to cheer each other on. Herslow is already planning picnics when the weather improves in New Jersey, a practice she’s been doing for years.
She will leave her winter home in Wellington, Florida, for New Jersey the end of March and she said she is ready to welcome the Steiners when they migrate north in May.
“I’m looking forward to having Betsy and Jessie as part of the family at Upper Creek Farm,” she said. “I think it will be a positive, fun adventure this summer at home.”
Steiner agreed that this move was a no-brainer. “I think it’s going to be a great situation,” she said. “It’s girl power!”
To learn more about Kim Herslow Dressage and Upper Creek Farm, visit www.kimherslowdressage.com and like her Facebook page here. Log onto steinerdressage.com to learn more about Jessie and Betsy Steiner and like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SteinerDressage