Brooke Phillips - Trainer / Owner / Coach

Brooke has over 20 years of competitive experience in 3 day Eventing.  One of the youngest trainers to pass & receive the USEA ICP level 3 (instructor certification program level 1 - 4); she is a very accomplished rider and trainer. Brooke has been  invited to participate in the USA Developmental Riders program.  As an event rider Brooke has competed “Nationally” through Intermediate level and “Internationally” through FEI CCI**.   She placed 9th in the USEA National Ranking in Preliminary division on her horse “Murray of the Sea”.  Who was long listed for the 2004 Olympic Games and short listed for the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Stockholm, Sweden.  All of these milestones were reached on her personal horses; green broke when she acquired them.  In addition Brooke has competed in equitation, level 4 Jumpers, and 3rd level Dressage on her own and client horses. 

In 1998, Brooke began her instruction career at Caber Farm in Onalaska, WA with her uncle John Camlin, (USEA ICP level 4 Instructor).  In 2001, she was hired by Inavale Farm in Philomath, OR as their head trainer.  In 2010 she went out on her own starting the Willamette Sport Horses (WSH) partnership.  Her accomplishments as a coach and trainer are impressive; this dedication and passion for the sport is passed on to her students.  She has brought four students to the Intermediate Level in 3 Day Eventing, ten to the preliminary and countless others to Training, Novice and Beginner Novice.  Internationally, Brooke has taken three students to CCI** and six to the CCI* Levels.
                                                                    
Brooke is a clinician in demand in the Northwest.  She has also earned respect from fellow clinicians and top sport horse riders. She has worked with top clinicians; Derek and Bea D’Grazia, Bruce Davidson, Jimmy Wofford, Kim Severson, Yves Saugvenion, Brian Sabo, and Kevin Freeman among others.  Brooke is also proud of her ability to help adults with a passion for horses – to get reintroduced to the sport after many years and sometimes decades.  She brings the same patience and commitment to all of her students, whether you are a“Beginner” or an “International Level Competitor.”