Meet the people


Samara Heinrichs is a professional with a Competition Coach designation from Equine Canada dedicated to developing quality, well trained horses for the sport of show jumping. From breaking young horses, to developing them for top sport, she uses patient, persistent training with strong basic fundamentals. 

Samara began riding on her seventh birthday and has been consistently pursuing excellence in the sport since then. She began by riding western before taking dressage lessons and moved into show jumping shortly after. Having competed in reining, team penning, two year old futurities, dressage and show jumping, she has a well rounded understanding of training principles which she is always honing by attending clinics and working with various professionals. She attended the 2010 Young Riders Championships in Lexington, KY, where she was the second highest placed Canadian. Having won numerous year-end awards in Canada and the States, she also developed the high seller at the 2015 CSHA Select Sale.

Samara announced she was beginning her own business in 2016, and basing operations out of Creekside Farm. Since that time she has successfully moved into competitions in the International Ring at Spruce Meadows providing her an FEI Profile and Rolex/USEF Ranking. For more information or to inquire about rates, please call 403-465-1255.


 Jennifer Kirschman has an spent her life with horses developing her skills in both english and western disciplines. Jennifer has competed to the Grand Prix level in Dressage and 1.2m in Show Jumping. When she rode in Europe she also did both english disciplines, as is often the case, and developed the solid ablitity to crosstrain her equine athletes. Having had a very successful competition career in the past, her main focus now is developing horses for sport and the horsemanship of her students.


Kimberly Cox holds a Bachelor of Physical Education Degree and Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of Calgary. Her Career in education focused primarily on teaching and coaching athletes.

She is an appointed member of the Equestrian Canada National Dressage Committee. This appointment is supported by her resume as an Equestrian Canada Competition Coach Specialist (Dressage), active competitor and Dressage judge. She serves as Director at Large for the Alberta Dressage Association and is a former volunteer of the year for the Calgary Area (Alberta Dressage Association). She has a long record of service to sport.

Kim is experienced in supporting equine and human athletes through an intitial assessment, goal setting and strategies for improvement with performance targets. She has competed as a high performance athlete and continues to achieve personal success through the levels in dressage. As a knowledgeable team player, she has the wherewithal to manage and direct a planned, coordinated program of incremental success for the athletes in her program. 

Kim holds a strong belief in the value of sport at all levels, and has contributed to the Alberta Equestrian Federation toward their Long Term Equestrian Development document. She is committed to developing Dressage in Canada and supporting our presence on the podium. Her knowledge and professionalism adds value to the learning experience and learning outcomes of her students in varying age groups and LTED stages of development. She particularly welcomes those who may come from the hunter/jumper discipline. Dressage and classical training of horse and rider are fundamental to success in all equestrian disciplines.

Please contact Kimberly at (403) 968-5455 or through her website at Kimberly Cox

 Kimberly Cox


"No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle."
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