Located at 9255 N Delbert Rd in Parker fifteen minutes from The Colorado Horse Park, Super G is home to 10 acres with a 10-stall barn and multiple pastures for turnout or board. Riding and lesson opportunities are through a recently re-footed sand arena that is currently outdoor but will become an indoor arena, as well as a growing mini cross country course around the property.
From Arabians throughout the U.S. and in Australia to Clydesdales in Virginia to a focus now on Thoroughbreds and ponies based in Colorado, Ashley’s training experience spans many breeds and countries. She is currently trainer for CANTER USA. While the focus of her training operation is eventing, Ashley believes in a strong riding foundation that can be applied to multiple disciplines. She trains her students to compete in shows for eventing, hunter-jumpers, and dressage. With a degree in psychology focusing in animal behavior, Ashley emphasizes the mental side of riding for both humans and horses.
Jonathan started announcing horse races at age 14 and has expanded to announcing several other sports. At age 30, he started learning how to ride with Ashley, and now OTTBs and eventing have become a passion. So, he combines competing and announcing in horse shows. Jonathan is the president of CANTER USA and announces at and produces videos for the Thoroughbred Makeover presented by Retired Racehorse Project.
Six-year-old Chase likes to say that he was “born in a saddle,” which automatically makes him the second-best trainer in the world, behind his mom, of course. Chase learned to ride on most of the Thoroughbreds his mom has trained, and now he helps his mom start ponies. Chase has his own super pony that he named Froggy Smalls, and they’re preparing to take the eventing world by storm.