Casey Huber started learning the fundamentals of horseback riding at the age of nine. One year later, she started riding Saddleseat, where riders are to convey the impression of effective and easy control. From this, Casey developed a strong, centered seat and an exceptional feel for riding. At the age of thirteen, she purchased her first horse, Supi, whom she showed in Equitation for five years. Owning and competing allowed her to understand the intensity of the sport as well as the fulfillment that comes from being a part of it.
After the busy years of going to college, getting married, working in the business world and starting a family; Casey reconnected with riding in 2001. She began working at Rockleigh Equestrian Centre where here horsemanship skills grew stronger and her passion for horses flourished. Since starting at R.E.C., Casey has owned two horses and unexpectedly found an enormous enjoyment in hunter pacing. She has a remarkable bond with her current horse, Backdraft, whom she loves dearly. Together, they both take joy in attending hunter paces, riding through the cross-country course and going out on the lengthy trails adjacent to the facility.
For the last six years, Casey has taught riding lessons at R.E.C. She thoroughly enjoys instructing riders of all ages and abilities. The most gratifying part of teaching for her is to see the connection between horses and riders developing over time. She loves the environment at Rockleigh and is excited to be a part of its new team, which is making tremendous improvements together. Along with teaching, she is also involved in bookkeeping for the facility. She is a huge asset to the centre running smoothly and appropriately.
Casey looks forward to many more years of instructing as well as consistently working with Backdraft to reach their personal goals. She hopes to see individuals continue to find the value in horsemanship and how it can greatly enhance their lives’.