Imagination Lane is a Hunter/Jumper training program located at the world-class Ribbon Run Farm in Newberg, Oregon, just 10 minutes West of I-5 and the Wilsonville Exit.
We offer Hunter/Jumper training in a fun safe environment for all ages and abilities. Kendall and Nicole help riders develop a strong and correct seat while encouraging the horse to travel relaxed and comfortably in a correct frame. Young horses and sale horses experience the same success using this philosophy.
Nicole started riding at the young age of three. Years of hard work and training followed with many regional and local championships, including a 2005 ASPCA Maclay Regional Championship.
Nicole rode in college at the University of South Carolina as a scholarship athlete on the equestrian team. Nicole and her team went on to win the NCAA Division I National Championship in 2007. She was also Reserve Champion in the WEF Collegiate Cup in 2010 and the team MVP the same year.
Recent accomplishments include multiple USHJA International Hunter Derby wins throughout the West Coast.
Kendall started her riding career at the young age of three. Already showing a natural affinity she quickly progressed and went on to show in the rated Pony Divisions on the West Coast including competing at the Pony Finals on the East Coast with her ponies "Scout's Honor" and "Lucky Charm".
She has shown successfully in the Hunter and Equitation Divisions including a 3rd in the regional Maclay Finals and competing at the Medal Finals in Harrisburg in 2007. Kendall has been competing in the jumper ring since 2007 including many Grand Prix appearances and finishes, a Silver Medal in the USEF Show Jumping Talent Search and her first World Cup qualifier in 2009. Recent accomplishments include multiple derby wins throughout the West Coast.
While continuing to pursue her aspirations to compete at the highest levels of show jumping Kendall brings an incredible feel for the horse coupled with the experience and ability to translate that to the up and coming rider. Her accuracy and talent in the show ring is a huge asset for those looking to give a young horse a confident start to their competitive career or to increase the value of a sale horse.