Cindi Wylie is a unique combination of education, experience and dedication rarely seen in the upper levels of dressage today. Her love for all horses makes her a compassionate rider. Cindi has had much success utilizing traditional training techniques focusing on the basics as described by the Dressage Training Scale. She has a passion for knowledge, and takes her education seriously. The result is her being a trainer who can produce classically trained horses for both competitive and non competitive riders to enjoy. Cindi has had the pleasure of taking several horses from their first steps under saddle all the way to the Grand Prix level, and has won many Regional and National awards, including Region 8 Grand Prix Dressage Champion with her self trained American thoroughbred, Kriter, who she purchased as a four year old. Most recently, Cindi returned to the CDI Grand Prix arena in Wellington, riding the PRE Stallion, Amado XXXV, who she also brought up the levels since being imported from Germany as a lower M level horse. To continue with her education, Cindi continues to participate in regular clinics and Symposia with top dressage riders and educators from around the world, including Robert Dover, Steffen Peters, Michael Klimke, Ingrid Klimke, Ralf Isselhorse, Karl Milkolka, Christoph Hess, Gary Rockwell, Janet Foy and Lilo Fore. Most recently Cindi has spent her winters training in Florida with George Williams. Cindi also participates regularly in USEF Judges Forums, USDF Trainers Conferences, USDF FEI Instructor Certification clinics, and has been selected to ride in a great many Symposia with international clinicians. Cindi has also participated both as rider and trainer in many of our country's National Championships, including USEF Young Horse Championships, USEF Dressage Seat Equitation Finals, USDF National Championships, Brentina Cup Championships, and the USEF Festival of Champions. Cindi is a graduate of Tufts University with a BA in Clinical Psychology, where she focused on coursework in Behavioral Sciences and Animal Behavior.
Cindi is currently available to teach a limited number of clients in the Wellington and Loxahatchee areas in Florida. Cindi is also teaching clinics regularly throughout the New England area. For more information please use our contact form, or call directly at 978-590-8722.