Advisory Board Member
Laura Noyes has been riding and competing in dressage since she was five years old. From Falmouth, Maine, she recently just finished her B.A. in Zoology from Ohio Wesleyan University. She has trained with Tina Brooks, Sue Jaccoma, Kathy Connelly, Klaus Balkenhol, and for the past five years has been working with George Williams. Her most well known partner is Syncro, who she started with at First Level and has climbed the levels all the way to Grand Prix. She also has been training her mother’s horse, Galveston, since he was purchased as a five year old in 2008. She plans to debut him at Grand Prix in 2012. She had a very successful young rider career, having won team silver and individual gold at the North American Young Riders Championships, 2008, as well as two invitations to represent the United States at the Young Rider World Cup in Frankfurt, Germany, 2006 and 2008. In 2009 she won the prestigious Lionel Guerrand-Hermes Trophy, presented by the United States Equestrian Team Federation to a young rider in any of the Olympic disciplines that represents the teams ideals of horsemanship and sportsmanship. After graduating from the young rider ranks, Laura declared herself as a professional and started her own training business, Laura Noyes Dressage, LLC. Laura is currently traveling throughout the New England area to teach and is accepting new horses in training.
March 15th, 1987
Falmouth, ME and Wellington, FL
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USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medalist, 2009 Recipient of the Lionel Guerrand-Hermes Award, 2008 & 2006 United States Representative to the FEI Young Rider World Cup in Frankfurt, Germany, 2008 Individual Gold Medal at the FEI North American Young Rider Championships- equivalent to the Junior Olympics and 2008 USEF National Reserve Champion- Young Rider Divison
Favorite Draper Therapies Product:
Dressage Saddle Pads
Goal in Life or Aspiration:
To train and compete dressage horses at the international level, while keeping the health and fairness to the horse as the number one priority.