Noah Staloff - Noah has been working with horses since he was young at various different resorts in upstate new york. He continued his passion
by attending the University of Findlay where he was fortunate to study under some of the leading experts in the industry. The University’s intensive course of study provided him with the environment required to attain and hone his excellent skills in equine training. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Equine Science with a Western Emphasis, Noah moved on to managing a small boarding facility in Warren County New Jersey. At the same time, Noah was working part time as a veterinarian technician for Running “S” Equine Veterinary Services in Califon NJ.
Over the years the training program that Noah has developed focuses on creating a resistance free and highly responsive animal. He truly believes that all finished horses should be a pleasure to ride. Alongside this Noah strives to educate his students, helping them to gain a better, and much deeper understanding of how to manipulate their horse’s body as separate parts to allow for a better quality of movement and to gain more effective communication with their horse.
Megan Staloff - Megan started riding at a young age as well, taking lessons from a friend’s mom and tagging along at local 4-H events. Wanting to further her education and her love of horses, Megan attended Centenary College’s Equine program where she graduated with a Bachelor’s in Equine Business Management. Not only did Megan have the experience riding under some great instructors in the Hunter/Jumper industry, but she also had the chance to work closely with Dr. Fugaro of Mountain Pointe Equine Veterinary Services.
Megan and Noah been able to share their passion for training a more responsive and supple mount, but they also share a love of Equine Science. Both are always striving to educate themselves and others on equine nutrition and physiology.
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