Suzanne Reggio
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Expertise and Experience

Suzanne Reggio Belles specializes in dressage training and instruction.  She is a U.S.D.F. Silver Medalist and has won numerous championships and medals  in dressage. 

Suzanne studied with three-time Olympic dressage rider Jessica Ransehousen, who was also the Chef D'Equipe (coach) of the United States Olympic Dressage Team.  She traveled with Jessica to Florida for 5 years.  In addition, Suzanne  traveled to Europe with Michael Poulin, the 1992 Olympic Team member and rider of "Graf George".  She rode in Holland, Belgium and Germany.  In addition, Suzanne spent two seasons as a working student for Kathy VonErthfelda - the 1995 World Cup rider for the U.S.A.  Suzanne accompanied Kathy and her Hannovarian mount named "Dutch" to Florida for two years.  Other instructors include Suzanne Van Cyke from the Netherlands and Betsy Steiner in New Jersey.   Suzanne trained the Dutch stallion "Joshua" (by Roemer) as a three-year old and successfully competed him at Prix St. Georges and Intermiadiere One. Her training efforts were rewarded when "Joshua" was awarded Champion Stallion at the Hilltop Farm Oldenburg NA inspection.

As a young rider, Suzy achieved H-A status as a Pony Club member.  She also has many accomplishments as an Event rider throughout the 1990's.  She successfully competed up to Preliminary Level.  In 1986, she was the Northeast Combined Training Champion!

Suzanne and Mac


"I teach a positive, progressive approach to riding to enhance harmony and balance between horse and rider and improve the natural basic gaits of your horse.  My goal is to develop the six basic aspects in the training of the horse—rhythm, suppleness, contact, impulsion, straightness, collection.

My style is to develop a friendly, fun and effective atmosphere for teaching and training dressage. Together, we will tailor a program specifically to you and your horse based on your experience, level and goals."