Jennifer Wooten-Macouzet moved her successful training and boarding business, Trinity Eventing, from Buellton, California to Beavercreek last December after her husband Andres Macouzet landed a job as a sports medicine equine vet at Northwest Equine Performance in Mulino.
Jennifer’s experience includes competing at the top levels of Eventing, an equestrian sport that is composed of three mounted phases: Dressage, Cross Country and Show Jumping. Jennifer competed internationally from 2006 through 2013, including being short-listed for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games with The Good Witch.
When The Good Witch retired, Jennifer pivoted her business to focus on teaching and training, and has coached students through the upper levels of Eventing. To date Jennifer has taught 2,000+ riders, completed 131 international events, and competed in 5 countries.
Trinity Eventing moved into the Horsemasters facility last December, and updates Jennifer has made to the facility include rehabbed stalls, aisles, tack room, office and wash rack, new indoor arena footing, 16 new dry and grass turnouts, a new trailer parking and turnaround area, and a new outdoor all-weather arena.
Jennifer’s Beavercreek business caters to the working professional who wants to have fun with their horse and progress in their partnership in a friendly and safe environment. Haul-in lessons and training rides are welcome, and clients enjoy an active clinic and show schedule.
A few competition highlights from Trinity Eventing’s first year in Oregon include: Jennifer and her young horse, Kensington LV, won at Inavale Horse Trials in Open Novice. Jennifer and Kensington LV finished 6th at The Event at Rebecca Farm in Montana. Boarder and student Nicole Sharpe and her own Speedy Gonzales PP finished 5th in Beginner Novice Amateur at the American Eventing Championships, and was on the Beginner Novice team that placed 2nd. Long-time student and Barn Manager Amanda Zeddy and her own Johnny’s Sparrow won the United States Eventing Association Area VII Novice Rider Championship.
Check out Trinity Eventing’s website for more information at trinityeventing.com or contact Jennifer at +1 805 588 7600.
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Jennifer Wooten-Macouzet and her young horse, Kensington LV, at Aspen Farms in September. PC Cortney Drake Photography
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