About Us

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Here at Wildwood Farm, we provide a unique experience that gives our horses a well-rounded and healthy lifestyle. We combine strength training on the flat and over fences with ground work and out-of-the-ring conditioning to keep our horses on point in every aspect of their growth. Not only do we develop them as competition horses, but also as enjoyable and respectful animals to work with on and off the show grounds. 

 

We also encourage our riders to take after our hands on approach. While full service care is provided, Wildwood also offers clients the opportunity to learn about natural horsemanship and basic to advanced care and maintenance of their horses. 

 

We individualize every rider's experience so that they can get the most out of the sport in the way that they want it. We train the way each rider wants to be taught, and encourage questions and clear communication in lessons and in the care of your horse. We strive to provide only the best for our horses and riders.

 

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Lexie Lohrer
Owner/Head Trainer and Rider/Executive Barn and Road Manager

 

Lexie has been in the hunter/jumper world for 24 years and has worked as a professional for 11 years. As a junior rider, she competed in the Junior Hunters and the Biq Eq, finishing in the top 30 at both the ASPCA Maclay and the USEF Medal Finals. She represented Massachusetts in the Challenge of the States at the New England Equitation Championships in 2010, was the MHJ Junior Medal Final Champion, and the MHC Junior Medal Final Reserve Champion.

 

As a young professional, she rode with trainers such as Registered (R) Judge Anne Sibson, top trainer Linda Langmeier, internationally-ranked rider Kate Levy and grand prix rider Ashley Stannard. In college, Lexie competed as an anchor member of the Mount Holyoke College Equestrian Team and as Team Captain her senior year. Lexie helped the team bring home four Regional and four Zone Team Championships. She was also the Zone 1 Cacchione Cup Champion in 2013, a three-time Individual Regional Champion and a two-time Individual Zone Champion. Her team placed in the top ten at Nationals all four years she competed. While earning her BA in Economics at Mount Holyoke, Lexie also worked at Autumn Farms, Schuyler Hill Farm, and Kate Levy LLC as a rider, trainer and road manager. She prepped horses and ponies and their riders, from short stirrup to the junior jumpers, and brought along young sale horses.

 

Following her graduation from college in 2014, Lexie moved to Tucson, AZ, where she worked at White Stallion Ranch
as a wrangler, horse trainer and assistant herd manager. Broadening her horizons, she learned how to train horses
from scratch using natural horsemanship and looked after a herd of over 150 horses. Simultaneously, Lexie continued to work with hunter/jumper horses, assisting in training a young jumper to finish third at the five-year-old jumper championships in 2015.

Lexie specializes in working with riders of all ages and abilities in a challenging, yet supportive environment. She believes every rider should be armed with a strong equitation background, no matter the direction they would like to go, at home and in competitions. Her hands on approach includes ground work with each horse, flat and jumping training rides, and both flat and jumping private and semi-private lessons. She is also passionate about bringing along each young horse she works with at their own pace, and finding them successful homes. 

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Sue Lohrer
Owner/Assistant Trainer

 

Sue Lohrer has been teaching riding to children and adults for 22 years. After graduating from Stanford University with a degree in Psychology, Sue worked in the corporate world, as an elementary school teacher and as a teacher educator. As a horseback riding instructor at Wildwood, Sue combines her love of horses, teaching, and students in supportive, varied and fun lessons. Sue's lessons emphasize correct technique, safety and current research about how people and horses learn.

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Triangle Equestrian Group LLC

 

Wildwood Farm is privileged to be partnered with the investment team at Triangle Equestrian Group LLC. We work closely together to buy and sell top quality hunter, jumper and equitation horses in the US and abroad. 

 

We are lucky to work with such a generous investor and sponsor, enabling us to have the best horses and get the most exposure for our brand.  

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Michael Lohrer
Owner/Account Manager/Co-Barn Manager 
 
Though relatively new to the horse industry, Michael has quickly earned the name "Maintenance Man Michael" for his ability to fix literally anything, his unparalleled work ethic, and his aptitude for learning new things quickly. It wouldn't be a day at the farm without seeing him puttering around doing something! 
New Team Member!
Coming Soon :)

 
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Clara Sieving
Assistant Barn Manager

Clara has been with Team Wildwood for about a year, and is both a part time barn worker and one of our customers! With her eagerness to learn, contagious laugh, and attention to detail, you can always find Clara engaged in a project involving tidying some part of the barn up, and having fun while doing so! 
Morgan Lussier
Full Time Barn Staff

Morgan is new to Team Wildwood, but a truly incredible addition! With yers of experience in the horse industry and a knack for efficiency AND quality of work, we couldn't be happier to have her! 
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Casey Bigelow
Assistant Road Manager/Working Student

Casey has been an honorary member of Team Wildwood since its founding in 2016. She has ridden with Lexie for years, and even competed on of our sale horses at Equitation Finals when she was a Junior. We are thrilled to have her with us full time now as a customer, and as a vital member of our show team. You can also find Casey helping out around the barn in the evenings and on weekends. 
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KK Kulas
Working Student

KK has been a customer at Team Wildwood since she was just five years old, and is now a huge asset to our team both at home and on the road! KK has learned so much in the past few years helping us out around the farm, and got to try her hand at grooming this summer, which she is incredibly good at! You can always be sure to find KK puttering around the farm on the weekends, and she'll always be looking for that next cup of coffee at horse shows! 
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Bekah Campus-Hartman
Working Student

Bekah has been a customer at Team Wildwood for the past two years, and has recently immersed herself fully into the Hunter/Jumper world with her sights set on the Junior Eq and the Children's Jumpers. Bekah works for us both at home and on the road, where her unwavering work ethic and care for the horses makes her a wonderful asset!