Adrienne Baisch / Trainer

Direct Phone: 208-630-3610
Adrienne approaches rider education & training with a background of both dressage and traditional western performance methods. It is through this diverse background that she is able to use a variety of methods to bring custom solutions to both her horses and her clients.
She enjoys the motivation of students who want to achieve success in show ring as well those looking for more harmony in daily horsemanship. 
In keeping with this goal, Adrienne  continues to show several of her own horses & coaches clients on their horses. She also clinics regularly with Ernst Herrmann, Beth Glosten, Heather Oleson, & Alfredo Hernandez.
Adrienne was raised in her family's Quarter Horse breeding business and worked to develop their young sales horses as both performance & rodeo prospects. Her original horsemanship education came from ranch riding with her father and clinics with true horsemen such as Buck Brannaman, Martin Black, & Ray Hunt.
After pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Boise State Adrienne was employed with the Lucky 13 Ranch in Hailey Idaho from 1996-2014. Her primary duties included starting, training & inspection prep for young hunter jumper & sport horses, teaching lessons & showing young horses.
From 2000-2006 Adrienne  took the position as a Program Instructor & Head Coach for the Intercollegiate Equestrian program at LCCC in Cheyenne, WY. During that time she served as Regional Chair & then later as Zone Chair for IHSA.  She coached multiple equitation riders to Regional & Zone Championships as well as National qualifications. In addition to the equestrian team duties, Adrienne taught colt training lab classes, equitation, & barn management for the Equine Department.  She also had private clients, horses in training, and continued to train horses for the Lucky 13 in Hailey who shipped them semi-annually to Cheyenne.  Adrienne also began  herdressage education  with Deeda Randle and regular clinics with Etoile Riding Academy headmaster Stephan Kiesewetter.