In the light of COVID-19 many barns have shut to all but staff. And there have been a variety of responses to this. As a trainer at a barn that has taken this step here are my thoughts. Our barn
After not riding or competing for several years, I am getting reacquainted with riding and hoping to further my dressage education. I couldn’t think of a better person to learn from than Molly Martin. Molly is an excellent instructor and
I owe Molly a great deal of thanks for helping me get to Grand Prix. Molly was especially helpful when I reached FEI. With exceptional skills, she has coached me throughout the years when my trainer was out of town.
Meredith Herdrich was born and raised in Northern California and grew up riding and competing on the local hunter/jumper circuit. She developed a fierce passion for equine sports medicine and rehabilitation during her time training and competing with her own
I’ve known Molly since 1998, and in that time, she has developed numerous horses up through the levels herself. She has a great eye for the “diamonds in the rough,” and she has helped me find that special unicorn in
Jeanette grew up in Hacienda Heights, California. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. She has two cats, and Henry, a Fjord gelding. Jeanette has been riding for 25 years, across disciplines from Western to hunter/jumper and now dressage.
Molly’s instruction is second to none. Thorough and complete teaching on the how’s and why’s of dressage. Invaluable is her breadth of knowledge not just in the arena but also out of it in every component of horse care, be
I have been a student of Molly’s for 12 years now, ever since she moved to Five C Farms. She helped me obtain my bronze medal showing my horse Coins Fortune. She was also very helpful putting a lead change
I have had the pleasure to know and work with Molly Martin over the past 10 years. She is a very knowledgeable and detail oriented trainer and always works with the best interest in mind for both horse and rider.