Christine Land, Manager
Christine has spent her life on the Spring Valley Farm. As a young woman she gained a love of riding, becoming a skilled horsewoman, competing, and eventually giving lessons to other young riders. She is the heart and soul of the business and now oversees the operations of the center; handling the day-to-day operations from scheduling lessons, organizing group events, boarding, directing the summer horsemanship camp and is a counselor for the Boy Scouts of America for the Horsemanship Merit Badge.
She started competing in 1972 where she has received National Championships in the Appaloosa Horse Club. Christine has successfully shown in both regional and national horse shows in English Hunt Seat Equitation, jumping, showmanship at halter, and Western Equitation and pleasure.
Christine attended Kutztown University where she received her degree in Art Education before doing graduate work at Glassboro State.
Bryn Stevenson, Riding Instructor/Horse Trainer
Bryn grew up on the back of a horse. At eight years old, she began traveling all over the Northeast to compete her horses. Over the years, Bryn has won the hardest 100 mile endurance race on the east coast, traveled to Europe to represent the United States, has been a National Champion under the American Endurance Ride Conference, raced the Tevis Cup in California and has successfully competed in jumpers, equitation, hunters, barrel racing, eventing and steeplechase.
Bryn currently continues her riding education with an Olympic dressage judge and is attending college locally for Nursing.