Carrie Woost’s love for horses and education started at Girl Scout Camp and has grown with her as she spent 15 years riding hunt seat as a teen and young adult. Then, in the mid-90’s, she decided to focus exclusively on dressage. Carrie has enjoyed riding with: FEI Judge and clinician, Carel Eijkenaar and Silver medalists, Linda Zett and Michael Peters. Carrie graduated from Baldwin –Wallace University with a BS in Biology and went on to get an MBA from Kent State University. She has worked ~30 years as a Quality Manager in the plastics & steel manufacturing industries. In addition to her full-time job, Carrie uses her equine experience and management skills to maintain her private lesson program, which began in 2000. She teaches children & adults horse management skills and the disciplines of dressage and jumping. She is a USDF Bronze Medalist, former Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) Assistant Team Coach, former US Pony Club Instructor and former Assistant Intercollegiate Dressage Association (IDA) Team Coach for the University of Findlay and a Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) certified instructor, English and Western disciplines. She is a member of the US Dressage Federation and US Equestrian Federation and a Graduate of the USDF “L” Judge Program. In her spare time, she enjoys judging schooling shows, continues to regularly expand her knowledge of dressage and works to pursue her competitive career in dressage. Carrie also enjoys spending time with her husband, four adult children, one horse and two dogs.