Anni Grandia

Head Trainer

Anni has been riding her entire life and a good portion of that has been eventing. She is well known throughout the sport of eventing, specifically Area VI and Area VII, which Anni considers home. Anni is extremely important to the Area VII Young Rider program and organizes the annual Young Rider Benefit Horse Trials which funds Area VII’s NAJYRC team each year; Anni competed at NAJYRC when she was a Young Rider.

Anni competes at the 3* or intermediate level on her Quarter Horse/Oldenburg gelding, Chaos, whom she bred, started and brought along the levels. Watch for Anni in Area VI and VII this summer with Chaos and her crew of young horses!

Achievements

United States Pony Club “A” Rated Graduate

USEA Instructors’ Certification Program (ICP) Level 2 Instructor

Developed over 12 horses to the preliminary level or above

Highlights

2019 8th Fresno County HP CCI** (Chaos)

2018 1st Open Intermediate Caber Farm HT (Chaos)

2018 10th Open Intermediate Championships Aspen Farms (Chaos)

2018 1st Open Training Spokane Sport Horse (Halcyon)

2018 1st Open Beginner Novice Aspen Farms (Mr Fluffy)

Coaching Highlights

Helped Callia Englund achieve her goal of NAYC in 2018 that cumulated with a silver team medal on her super not-a-pony Xyder, that she has developed from a 4yo baby

Coached Cadence Michel, Chantale Vachon, Ashley Widmer, Emilie Everett, Callia Englund, Ione George, and Isabella Bastiani to the preliminary level or above.

 

Coached Narrows Pony Club to wins at Regional Dressage and Show Jump rallies- 2009, 2012, 2014 (teams won both divisions of the regional dressage and the overall high point)

Helped 10 Narrows Pony Club kids, not only get qualified for Festival of Champions in Kentucky, but fundraised for the trip and got the horses and riders there. Our Show Jumping team finished 9th out of 65 teams and the Dressage team was 2nd at First Level.

Help Support Anni

​You can now easily make a tax-deductible donation to help Anni compete nationally and internationally at the highest levels through Southern California Equestrian Sports, Inc. (SCES). SCES is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping equestrian riders and organizers raise tax deductible funds to compete in or support their National and International competitions throughout the United States.

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