Andrea Burchenal-Huber


  • Four-Year Old Division, Qualified
    2006, Markel/USEF Young Horse National Championship
  • Horse of the Year Award
    1998, USDF Fourteenth Place at Training Level
  • 100 Day Stallion Performance Test Champion
    1996, Rancho Murietta, California, International Sporthorse Registry
  • Fourth Level Freestyle First Place
    1995, American Hanoverian Society, USDF All Breeds Award
  • Fourth Level Open Champion
    1994, Houston Dressage Society
  • Fourth Level Freestyle Champion
    USDF Region Nine
    1994, AHSA Regional Dressage Championship
  • Florida Dressage Circuit, Competed and placed (highest third)
    1993, USDF Region Three, four major AHSA shows at Third and Fourth Level
  • Third Level Open Champion
    1992, Houston Dressage Society
  • USDF Bronze Medalist, 1992
  • Third Level Amateur Silver Medalist
    1989, Southwest Dressage Chamion
  • Second Level Amateur Champion
    1989, AHSA Zone VII and Houston Dressage Society
  • First Level Amateur Champion
    1988, AHSA Zone VII and Houston Dressage Society
  • First Level Amateur Silver Medalist
    1988, Southwest Dressage Championship
  • Qualified Rider Award
    1987, United States Dressage Federation
  • Champion Three Year Old
    1985, Houston Breeders Futurity

  • Board of Directors member for the Houston Dressage Society
    1988-1989, Junior/Young Rider Representative
  • Member of USDF Region V
    1988-1989, Assistant Coordinator of the Continental Young Riders Program
  • Board of Directors member for the Southwest Dressage Championship
    1988-1989, Awards Chairman
  • Board of Directors member for the Houston Dressage Society
    1987-1988, Schooling Show Representative

  • 2008-2012 Clinical experience with Heika Kemmer (2004 Olympic Team Gold Medal, 2008 Olympic Team Gold Medal and Individual Bronze Medal), Walter Zettl, Edo Hoekstra, Todd Bryan, and most recently Pierre Cousyn -a two time graduate of the National Equitation School in Saumur, France.
  • 1998-2008 Moved from Texas to Ohio to manage Legacy Farm Ltd. A breeding, training, sales facility.
  • Board of Directors member Laurel Oaks Equine Program of the Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development
  • Clinical experience with David Dewispelear from Florida, Scott Hassler from Maryland, George Williams from Ohio, and Natalie Lamping, from Illinois.
  • 1986-1997 Clinical experience with Paul Kathan from Texas, Margaret Gafford from Virginia, Sherry Arndt from Texas, Hans Biss from Germany, Col. Von Zigner from Germany, Pam Goodrich from Canada, Gwen Blake form Washington, and Doug Mankovich from Virginia.
  • 1979-1982 Master of Occupational Therapy, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • 1977-1979 Master of Education, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1974-1977 Bachelor of Arts, Equestrian Studies, Lake Erie College, Painesville, Ohio. Semester abroad in England, Fulmer Systems of Equitation, Robert Hall and Elizabeth Brown, instructors. Veterinary and Breeding experience senior year.

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