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Cedar Hill Sport Horses, LLC

   
 

About Us:

Our Manager: Alison Feher

alison feher Alison has many years experience with horses in varying aspects of the field. As a child she learned to ride hunters and developed a love for the sport and the animal. She then went on to get her BS in Equine Facility Management from Lake Erie College in ’99. She worked for top professionals gaining valuable experience, most notably managing Bloomfield Open Hunt Club in Bloomfield Hills MI. Ready to manage her own farm, she teamed up with college friend Mary Jones to open Cedar Hill Farms. Alison is excited to be developing and building a new facility, and creating a business in this new and growing area of North Carolina.

 

Our Trainer: Mary Jones

Mary has been riding hunters, jumpers, and dressage for many years and brings her extensive knowledge as the trainer of Cedar Hill Farms. She trains horses for show and sale, and teaches riding lessons to all levels of students. Mary has been riding and showing hunters, jumpers, and dressage at rated shows since she was a child. She attended Lake Erie College where she received a BS in Equestrian Teacher Trainer.


 
At Lake Erie she gained valuable knowledge in training young horses, teaching riding and also got the opportunity to continue showing. After college, Mary was the head Hunter Jumper trainer at Stony Hill Stables in Amagansett, New York. She took her students from showing locally to winning ribbons at major A rated shows. Mary also continued her education in dressage while working at Stony Hill.

Elizabeth Hotchkiss, FEI rider and owner of the barn, fine tuned her riding and gave her the opportunity to learn the upper level movements, and to show some of her dressage horses. Mary is a USDF bronze and silver medalist currently showing Prix St George.


At Cedar Hill Farms, Mary uses this knowledge to impart proper riding position and techniques in her students whether they want to show or just ride for enrichment.