Terrence Huebner


At the young age of 5, Terrence developed an immediate love for horse and sport! After graduating from High School at the age of 16, he took one year of business administration at SCCC. Terrence, then decided he wanted to become a professional in the equestrian industry, and at 18, he moved to Connecticut to start his career. Over the years, Terrence has had much success in the Hunter, Jumper, and Equitation rings not only with his own riding, but also with numerous riders and their horses/ponies.  Both Terrence and his students have competed nationally from Lead-Line to Grand Prix. Some career highlights to date are qualifying “Rain King” in the 2nd Year Green Conformation Hunters for the Indoor Shows at The National in Madison Square Garden, Harrisburg and Washington. Terrence rode in his first Grand Prix in “Marine Core” at the Sussex County Horse Show. Not only does he develop a good rider, but he also has a strong horsemanship program that has continued with students that have gone on and become successful professionals in the Equine Industry. Terrence enjoys teaching all levels of riders and working with green and made horses. Horse sales are also a huge part of what Terrence does, and he stands behind every horse or pony he sells. Terrence judges horse shows and is currently working towards obtaining his “r” in Hunters/Hunter Seat Equitation, Hunter Breeding and Jumpers. Over the past few years, he had the pleasure of judging over 20 shows yearly. In 2019 Terrence managed the Sussex County Benefit Series Horse Shows.  He is currently an active member of the US Equestrian, New Jersey PHA,  and he is the 2019-20 President of the Sussex County Horse Show Committee. 


Laura Ossman


Laura graduated from SUNY Morrisville with a Bachelors in Equine Science and Management. Her career has focused on caring for and managing the Equine Athlete.  Her experiences evolved from Standardbred Racing World to the Hunter Equitation Ring. Using her years on the back side of the track she was an asset to trainers in the ring, maintain their competition horse’s soundness, health and well-being. Taking her knowledge from both fields of the Equine Industry, Laura Manages the daily care and health of all horses at The Clover Stables.  Communicating closely with boarders to help maintain their horse’s happy and healthy environment is something Laura strives for on a daily basis.


Lisa O'Neill


Lisa, with over 40 years’ experience, holds both hunter and equitation judges’ licenses with the USEF.  She judges from Florida to NY and teaches clinics based on correct fundamentals and top-level horsemanship.  Lisa trains horse and rider using her positive reinforcement techniques in preparation for a successful future in and out of the show ring.  Lisa’s students have been competitive riders at the highest levels of competition, from the Florida circuit, USEF medal and Maclay finals, National pony finals, Derby finals,
Vermont Summer Festival, Old Salem, and up to the HITS circuit in both NY and Florida.  Using gentle but firm training techniques for young horses, Lisa prepares them for long and successful careers in the show ring.


Susan Stegmeyer


Susan specializes in dressage and feels such a discipline is a good foundation for those interested in Hunter Jumper, Eventing, Western or Sidesaddle. She is a USDF Certified Rider, USDF bronze medalist, and is halfway to achieving her silver medal, which she hopes to complete in 2020.  Susan is EAGALA (equine assisted growth and learning association) certified, E3A (equine experiential education association) certified, and PATH (professional association of therapeutic horsemanship) certified.  She teaches a solid foundation of relaxation, balance, rhythm, and the art of using riders aids correctly.  Susan is known for always bringing positivity and patience to each lesson. No matter what level the rider is, Susan brings out the rider’s highest level of potential.


Lexie Seguin


Lexie has shared her passion for horses for about 15 years. During that time Lexie studies Equine through one of the largest equine educational programs in the world- Pony Club. This extensive program allowed Lexi to compete all along the west coast; being challenged in horsemanship, stable management and sportsmanship. Today Lexie pulls on those experiences as an instructor and rider, passing her knowledge on to her students.  Her enthusiasm for all aspects of riding can not be missed in the ring. Lexie’s experiences in different rings from show jumping to mounted games is evident when she teaches. Since her time with Pony Club, Lexie has pushed herself to grow as a rider and horseman. Her Opportunities to work with trainers like Micheal Page and Lane Ashker have continued to fuel her love of this sport. 


Lynn Kuropatkin


Lynn is the founder and executive director of Full Circle ECA.  She has been a certified therapeutic riding instructor thru PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International) since 2001 and holds an additional PATH certification as an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning as well as certifications from Parelli Natural Horsemanship and the American Riding Instructors Association.  Lynn has developed and implemented programs for schools and organizations such as Hospice of Rockland, The Alzheimer’s Association of Hudson Valley, Jawonio, ARC and Veteran’s Angels.  She and four of her therapy horses Journey, Dakota, Jack and Captain happily reside at The Clover Stables.