Rebecca Langwost-Barlow is a USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medalist and one of the earliest USDF certified trainers to the Fourth Level. She has started hundreds of youngsters and trained many to FEI level including Grand Prix. She was a world-ranked Grand Prix rider on her self-trained Dutch gelding Gomerant.
She was the first person to receive The Dressage Foundation scholarship where she trained with Dr. R. Klimke. She was chosen to ride in various USDF national symposiums with both Conrad Schmacher and Dr. Klimke, and was the lead Grand Prix rider in the USDF Freestyle Symposium. She is now competing the Hanoverian mare Libertina in the Intermediare 2.
Carter Bass has been involved with horses since childhood, competing in Hunters, Eventing and Dressage. She has been a dressage instructor for 35 years, and has coached several horse/rider combinations that have received Horse of the Year awards, regional championships and competed at Grand Prix. Bass has been a licensed official with the USEF since 1989, receiving “R” Dressage and “R” Dressage Sporthorse Breeding licenses. She was accepted into the USEF Senior Judges training program in 2012. She is a Bronze, Silver and Gold medalist.
Johanna Gwinn,, originally from Princeton, West Virginia, was introduced to horses at an early age through lessons at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, where her family was living. She holds an advanced degree in biology, and worked for many years in academic and industrial research, while successfully training and competing her Thoroughbred, Pan, through Grand Prix. Johanna has held many equestrian teaching positions, including two years in Cali, Colombia, where she was the dressage instructor at the Club Campestre de Cali.
A USEF Senior dressage judge, she is also an International Paralympic Equestrian Committee (IPEC) International Candidate judge and an American Driving Society (ADS) registered judge for driven dressage in combined driving competitions. She now teaches, trains, and judges from her base in West Chester, PA.
is a USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist who has trained and competed in England, Germany and the United States and currently resides in Columbia, South Carolina. She has spent the past twenty years training dressage and eventing in the Atlanta area, specializing in competitive young riders. This is her third time participating in Dressage with the Experts at Dressage at Devon. Suzanne currently authors the popular Tango Dressage Blog and has just launched a new blog LightHorse DarkHorse Compendium.
Cindy Sydnor started to ride at age twelve, and claims to have ridden almost every day since. She started eventing and dressage with Mr. H.L.M.van Schaik from The Netherlands. Acting as her mentor, he introduced Cindy to Mr. Egon von Neindorff and paid for Cindy to go to Germany to ride at Reitinstitut von Neindorff for several months.
Following a move to Vienna, Austria, Cindy had the opportunity to ride with a rider from the Spanish Riding School. Later, she and her husband moved to Brazil where they worked to develop an international dressage team for Brazil. When Cindy moved back to the U.S., she competed her Brazilian Thoroughbred gelding “Lover” at the Grand Prix. She was long-listed for the 1976 while she rode with Colonel Bengt Ljungquist, Coach of the USET Dressage Team.
Cindy competed Onno, her DWB gelding by Ferro, at Intermediaire 1, her younger gelding “Windsor” at Prix St Georges, and others at 2nd and 4th level. She was an examiner for the USDF Instructor Certification program for over 20 years, and retired from over 35 years of judging dressage as an “R” judge.