The cornerstone of my program is communication. It's taken a long time to become expert with communication, riding and training.  It is what allows me to help others build relationships with their horses and learn how to speak the language of "dressage" regardless of the type of tack you use.  All horses are different, as are riders.  Each requires individual assessment to develop a training program for both horse and rider to be successful in their partnership.  A few horses and students below.
Remington (aka Party Pony), competing at the CDS Annual Show in 2019.  (He is a real example of how a non-warmblood can really compete up to the highest levels.
Amazing Grace and daughter Bravara.  "Gracie" competed to Grand Prix and also helped new riders learn.  Bravara ....

Student Lynn McEnespy with 2 horses both FEI competitors as well as Western!!! 

Student Katey Augsburger Katz on h er Hanoverian mare by Devon Heir , Daiya at the CDS Annual Meeting Freestyle Symposium, 2020
Student Craig Stanley on Caliente DG and  ..  Successfull FEI competitor, winner of the USDF Young Horse Championship