APHA Professional Horsewoman

Amy Heath

Amy has been involved with horses her whole life and is a third generation horsewoman. She owns and operates Southfield Farm in Halifax, MA along with her mother Joanne. They specialize in Morgans and Paints, but will work with any breed. Growing up Amy showed Morgans in Saddleseat equitation and amassed several World and Grand National titles. As she got older she enjoyed branching out into other disciplines and breeds and happened to fall in love with the Paint Horse. Working with other professionals she expanded her knowledge and started competing in the all around. Amy has created a very unique situation as someone that enjoys working with horses and riders from opposite ends of the spectrum and competing all over the country. She also enjoys starting babies and people are seeking her out yearly to start their young ones with a great foundation and develop them into show horses. The farm also has a large lesson program and are always trying to expose new people to the world of horses and showing.

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APHA Professional Horsewoman

Kelsey Robertson

Kelsey has been riding since she was 7 years old. She has worked with some of the top trainers such as Adrienne Dickerson, Gretchen Mathes, Gene Spagnola and Chuck Patti. Kelsey takes pride in helping Youth and Amateur riders achieve goals, small or large. Our barn is a family friendly atmosphere that is very welcoming to new riders. Specialties: All around horses, Youth and Amateur coaching, Patterns, Beginner to Advanced lessons. Other services: Hat shaping, cleaning and banding.


APHA Professional Horsewoman

Kelli Marie Wainscott

Kelli Wainscott owns and operates Triple R Ranch in Chesterfield, MA. She resides there with her husband and two children, along with their horses, dogs, cats, chickens and goats. Kellis is also AQHA Professional Horseman and certified riding instructor. Her full time job is with the MA State Police as a 911 Dispatcher. She works at Mount Holyoke College and is in her 11th year of coaching the intercollegiate Horse Show Association Western Team. Mount Holyoke owns many wonderful APHA horses and many of them are essential to the western program. Kelli has the pleasure of being able to work with the horses and watch them grow, helping to qualify riders to show in Semi Final and National competition. Kelli is a 20 year horse show judges and is the leader of her 4-H Horse Club.  Currently, her main goal is to continue to scribe and steward for nationally and carded breed and association judges so she can broaden her knowledge and learn more about that side of the industry. Kellie is available for instruction, coaching and consultations. Recently, the IHSA teamed up with APHA and now, APHA judges are being hired to judge our regular season shows. The college teams are always looking for western broke horses to lease for competition as the partnership grows. Kelli is also available to advise about college programs and how to make the most of your experience as an equestrian. Kelli is honored to be involved in this amazing association.