About Legacy Saddlebreds
Browse the following section to learn more about our 50 acre property:
- Lesson Barn with two heated indoor riding arenas, heated stall area, and climate-controlled lounge with viewing window, sound system, and video coverage of the arenas.
- 6 Pastures.
- Full service Events Center.
Legacy Saddlebreds, LLC started in 2014 with a new facility, giving riders complete access to the most advanced riding opportunities throughout the region. We offer horseback riding lessons and camps for ages 3 and up. From beginner to advanced riders, we have the horses and instructors to progress your riding skills. Legacy Saddlebreds also has an award-winning youth club and nationally-recognized academy competition team, offering something for everyone, no matter what their journey with horses may be. With our family-oriented horse park atmosphere, you will always feel involved.
Located at 4151 Thomasville Road in Winston-Salem, Legacy Saddlebreds is conveniently situated near I-40, only 8 minutes from downtown Winston Salem, 11 minutes from High Point, and 20 minutes from Greensboro.
If you would like to know more about our horse stables or riding lessons give us a call today!
Our staff is comprised of a wonderful group of Equine Professionals who have a passion for the Saddle Seat Industry and sharing their knowledge with students of all ages.
Jeanine is the Riding Academy Manager and one of the Riding Instructors at Legacy Saddlebreds. With a BS in Education from Appalachian State University, a Masters of Education from UNCG, and National Board Certification, she taught school for 30 years. She has been riding and showing American Saddlebreds since she was 6 years old, and she has been teaching riding lessons for 15 years.
When not teaching at the barn, Jeanine enjoys spending time with her husband and three daughters. Together, they compete at local horse shows with their own American Saddlebred horses.
Savannah is a Riding Instructor at Legacy Saddlebreds. With a bachelor’s in English from Pfeiffer University, she has spent the past few years working in schools, and currently as an elementary grade teacher. With years of involvement and a passion for saddlebreds she is enthusiastic about her role at Legacy.
When not in the barn or at school she enjoys spending time with her husband and cats and learning how to knit and crochet.
Sondra is the Assistant Manager and one of the riding instructors at Legacy Saddlebreds. She started college at William Woods University studying Equestrian Sciences, before she transferred to Salem College to obtain her business degree. With over eight years as a professional in the industry, she brings a business and marketing perspective to the team.
Sondra enjoys coordinating the many events and shows Legacy attends throughout the year, and finding fun ways to introduce the public to the American Saddlebred. She also enjoys stepping in to teach if another instructor is out of town. When not at the barn, she enjoys spending time with her family.