Amanda grew up in Nebraska taking classical ballet lessons and galloping through fields. She discovered vaulting as a freshman college student in Kentucky and immediately joined the college team. Her two loves overlapped into this awesome sport.
After coaching in Kentucky for several years, Amanda and her husband moved back home to Omaha and started the first AVA recognized club in Nebraska! Amanda also teaches at Bloom Dance Studio
Dani is indispensable! Without her, the coach and the vaulters would be wandering aimlessly in circles.
Wade is a beautiful 2008 Clydesdale. He is 17.1 hands high and weighs 1,600 lbs. He has a wonderful calm personality and a very loving attitude. He started his horse career as a logging horse in the mountains of Vermont. But he decided carrying children was easier then being a logging horse.
He loves his job and is happiest in the competition ring. He received the American Vaulting Association Regional Vaulting Horse of the Year for 2019.
Gus is a handsome 14.2 hands high 1994 Fjord gelding. He has a long resume; including jumping and dressage. In the Winter, he will resemble a large fluffy teddy bear. One would never guess his true age with his young at heart energy. He enjoys his tiny tots and loves the endless treats they sneak to him at the end of the lesson. He also loves the spotlight and being in the competition ring.