Amanda Jarose has been training at WSS since the summer of 2017. She brings more than 25 years of experience and passion for training and competing. Amanda began riding at age 5 and got her first horse at age 8, and she began competing All-Around at breed shows right away. Shortly after beginning to compete she found a passion for Dressage and began attending USDF shows. After graduating from high school Amanda attended Feather River College Equine Studies program to learn more about all aspects of riding and training. While at FRC she brought young horses along in their education, developing an emphasis on harmony and a strong belief that training should be enjoyed by both the horse and rider. Amanda earned her USDF bronze medal in 2019 and is continuing to train while working to progress up the levels. Her training program is individualized around each horse and riders goals and needs. “Dressage can benefit any horse no matter the breed” All ages, skill levels, and breeds of horses are welcome to join the great team at WSS. If you don’t have a horse of your own come check out our amazing lesson horses including the most beloved paint horse Buckwheat!