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Audrey Robison

Audrey Robison grew up in Pennsylvania, in Chester County’s beautiful horse country. Her love of horses started at an early age, spending all her free time in the barn. Audrey’s younger years were greatly influenced by Barbara McGinnis at Three Diamond Stables, hunting with Jack Trainer, and showing Hunters and Jumpers with Jay Matter in Ocala and Wellington. This was all made possible because of one special little bay mare. Audrey's first horse I Love You Too carried her all the way from the Hunter ring to success in the High Junior Jumpers.


Audrey graduated from The University of Delaware and had the good fortune to continue her equine education working for admired horse professionals. Sissy Wickes at Springtown Farm inspired Audrey to pursue a life in the horse business as a professional rider and trainer. Working for Anne Kursinski gave her a look “behind the curtain” establishing the principles behind riding and developing top level show jumpers.  And after moving to New York Audrey spent the next 6 years working for David Raposa where she learned the nuts and bolts of the horse import business; the care, training, showing, and sales of young hunters, jumpers, and equitation horses.  


While living in central New York, Audrey met and married her husband, John Anderson, a Farrier, confirming how the horse business is often a family business! Audrey and John have a home and farm in Oriskany Falls NY.  She runs a successful training and sales business at Anvil Ridge during the summer and is located in Wellington during the winter months.  


Audrey loves teaching both horses and riders, she has students showing at a wide range of levels from local shows to A shows and even a few from other disciplines.  Audrey is proud of her young hunters bringing them from baby green to recently winning top ribbons at WEF 2017 in the Derbies, 3’3” Greens, and 3’9” Greens.  She has also found success in the Jumper ring competing in the 1.40-1.45 jumper classics aboard her two jumpers Gorky and Boccaccio. She credits Boccaccio for getting her back in the Jumper ring and recently Gorky moved up to the 1.50 level and had 4 Top 12 placings in National Grand Prix’s at ESP and WEF 2017.  

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