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Abbie Letourneau

Manager

 

Abbie’s love for horses began at the very young of 4 years old when she received her first horse, a mini named Derby. At 8 years old she was already enrolled in taking riding lessons and started competing with her first full size pony. Sportyturf taught her how to sit a buck but most of all a life lesson that all rides are a learning experience. Her next horse was Firefly whom provided her with many medical learning opportunities as she was always prone to injuring herself. Firefly taught her the true commitment that it takes to own a horse. Sadly, Firefly passed away from cancer and is greatly missed.Mazie came to Abbie from the SPCA in April 2017. Abbie loves that she can see her while working here at High Knoll. Mazie is one of the farm favorites.

 

Abbie proudly received her associates degree in Equine Management from the University of New Hampshire. She began her career at High Knoll as an equine caretaker. Two years later she was offered the role as Manager. She has grown into this role and enjoys the relationships that she has with each boarder and horse. Abbie takes pride in providing exceptional care to the horses at High Knoll Equestrian. She is a proud mother, and owner of a mini horse, and dog named Piper as well.

Tracie Winslow

Assistant Manager

 

Since Tracie was very young she knew that she wanted to be around horses. It all started as a young girl attending summer horse camps. Tracie has managed multiple horse facilities over the years including her own hunter/jumper show barn. In addition to competing on the A circuit, she has spent her life showing horses and also traveled across the country showing her Shire’s in Halter on the National level. She was very proud to hold the National Junior Shire Halter Champion on 2 separate occasions. Handling these very large horses in intense show settings and situations has provided Tracie with excellent horse handling skills.

 

After college in her professional career Tracie has worked with large/small animals as a Veterinary Practice Manager and Veterinary Technician. Tracie is also the owner of an equine transportation company. She has traveled to many states delivering horses safely. In addition she has taught many workshops on safe trailer loading and difficult horse loading. Tracie has a small horse farm and resides in the North Country. In addition to her Warmblood “Monkey” she owns many rescue dogs, cats, chickens, and even an African Grey Parrot. She is very excited to be here as Assistant Manager on our High Knoll Team. Tracie looks forward to building strong positive relations while employed here.

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