Debbie Hubbard - Head Trainer
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|Debbie Hubbard is the head trainer
at Lake St. Louis Stables and has held the position since 1990.
She coordinates the lesson program as well as a full training schedule.
She oversees the activities of 40 horses and ponies. She also
attends approximately 15-20 shows annually in dressage and eventing.
Warmbloods, Thoroughbreds, Arabians, Saddlebreds, Quarter Horses,
Paints, and ponies are all represented. She is also active
in the purchase of horses for clients, as well as evaluating prospects
for show and investment purposes.
is a 1990 graduate of Stephens College with a B.S. Degree in Equestrian
Science and minor in Political Science. She has shown hunters,
jumpers, dressage and saddleseat. She has experience with
foxhunters, thoroughbred race horses and western pleasure horses.
Debbie has accomplished many riding milestones
and accumulated many awards over her career. Some of her
accomplishments include the following.
1996 MHSA trainer of the year
She was selected in 1999 as Trainer of
the Year by MHSA for Dressage/CT; this was an award that she would
win again in 2001.
|Debbie was the Fourth Level Missouri
State Champion in 2000. In July of 2001, Debbie and
Flagranti, her Rhinelander gelding, performing in Columbia,
MO, won the $1500 Prix St. Georges Jackpot class. This
same year Debbie became the recipient of corporate sponsorship
by Purina Mills. A partnership that continues today.
2001 MHSA Dressage/CT trainer of the year
The 2002 year brought more success with "Meet
Me in St. Louis" Series Champion - FEI Level, ABIC/USDF Region
4 Third Place Open Intermediate I, and ABIC/USDA Reserve Champion
Region 4 - Open Prix St. Georges.
Once again, in 2003, the "Meet Me in St. Louis" Series
Champion - FEI Level was awarded to Debbie. That same year,
she won Third Place Open FEI Missouri State and Open FEI Missouri
State Reserve Champion. The 2003 Regional Qualifier at Grand
Prix Level was her next accomplishment.
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