Emilie Mudd is an Area V/VIII based professional equestrian having ridden since the age of 5. Emilie specializes in Three-Day Eventing but also competes in Rated Dressage and Jumper shows. Emilie began riding under the guidance of eventing instructor Heidi Hewlett before transitioning to trainer Regis Webb. Under Regis’s instruction Emilie has achieved success through the Intermediate level in eventing. Following graduation from high school, Emilie moved to Hoffman, North Carolina to begin her year as a working student for 4* event rider Will Faudree before an accident sidelined her for the end of the 2017 season. After a gap year, Emilie moved to Kentucky to attend college and began training with Alexa Ehlers and Jenny Caras. She and Quite Nice 11 moved up to the Intermediate level and are hoping to compete in her first CCI3*-S and CCI3*-L in 2020.
Emilie hopes to one day compete at the top level of the sport both in the United States and Europe and ride for the United States National Team in the Pan American Games, World Equestrian Games, or Olympic Games.
Quite Nice 11
Quite Nice 11 “Q” is a 16.3, 2011 Holsteiner Gelding bred in Germany. After being imported by Clayton Fredericks he was purchased in the summer of 2016 and began his eventing career in the United States with Emilie. Together they have achieved numerous top placings up to the CIC* level. The pair moved up to the Intermediate level in the fall of 2018 and will continue at that level throughout 2019 tackling more competitive tracks.
Le Cheval Royale (SOLD)
Le Cheval Royale “Natalie” is a 16.3, 2008 Oldenburg Mare. Natalie was purchased in 2013 as a 5 year old from Newtown Farm. Together Emilie and Natalie competed through the Preliminary level in eventing before transitioning to rated dressage and competing through Third Level. They have achieved top placings in both eventing and dressage. Natalie has been sold to the Giles family to continue a career in dressage.