Eric Hasbrouck, Head Trainer

Eric Hasbrouck Hunter Jumper North SalemEric Hasbrouck Hunter Jumper North SalemEric Hasbrouck has been a professional trainer at all levels of the equestrian sport for 33 years. He specialized in getting young riders started in their jumping careers and helping riders of all levels reach their goals. Eric and the Pavillion team have the ability to train riders from the very beginning all the way up to the highest level of the sport.

Eric has served on the Olympic Selection Committee for the United States show Jumping Team for two Olympic Games and for one World Championships. He most recently served as Chef d’Equipe for the 2008 Super League Team in Dublin, Ireland and in Lumen, Belgium in 2007. Eric has won almost every Grand Prix in America and competed successfully in Europe and Canada for 25 years. Highlights include representing the USA in the World Championships in Rome, Italy in 1998 and finishing in the top 20 individually. A large portion of Eric’s career has been spent developing young horses and riders. In addition, he is a licensed course designer in both the US and Canada and currently designs in top venues such as WEF and Spruce Meadows.


Meghan Kanz, Assistant Trainer

Meghan Kanz at Pavillion Farm, North Salem Horse FarmMeghan has been riding and working with horses over the past 16 years. Originally from the West Coast, she successfully competed as a Junior in WA, OR and Canada until she became a professional. She then coached the Seattle University Equestrian team (IHSA) as well as being an Assistant Trainer for Kim Pratt in Washington State for over 4 years. As a professional, she has competed and trained all over North America including, WEF in Wellington, FL, Spruce Meadows in Calgary, AB, Thermal, CA, Thunderbird Showpark in Langely, BC. Within the past 5 years Meghan has spent time in Europe working under Gabriel Coumans and Uri Burstein, travelling to shows with them in Belgium, Holland and Germany. She has also continued her education with clinics from George Morris, Greg Best, Jeff Cook and Nona Garson. Meghan's most recent success was taking a customer's horse that was jumping a 2'6" course at home, advancing it to winning at Spruce Meadows and then competing in a Grand Prix within 9 months. Meghan has been riding, teaching and managing for The Pavillion for 5 years.

Kris Bramley, Assistant Trainer

Kris Bramley at Pavillion Farm, North Salem Horse FarmKris Bramley has been affiliated with The Pavillion Farm for approximately 6 years. She grew up in Litchfield, CT riding and training her own horses as a teenager and has been riding/teaching for over 20 years. Kris acted as manager and trainer of a large facility in her early 20s which taught her how to care for and train young sales horses, as well as to teach lessons of all levels in several different equestrian disciplines. She has free-lanced throughout the Tri-State area with a number of trainers including Cynthia Williams, Lisa Befert and Robert McNeil. Previously, she trained at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club where she coached the Pace University Equestrian Team. Kris also developed on her own an Oldenburg gelding, Sutherland, who, as a 5 year old, he went on to win in the Performance Hunters and A/O Hunters at WEF and Old Salem Farm, as well as becoming circuit A/O Hunter Champion at HITS. Her duties include include schooling horses, teaching lessons, training young horses, and barn management as well as taking clients to horse shows locally and in Wellington.

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