Meet Our Instructors

Zoe started riding at the age of eight. After a few years of searching for the perfect barn, she found Vector and has never looked back.
Zoe has trained under Vector’s program for the past six years. She has worked and volunteered at Vector since 2016. She works to empower her students to achieve their goals, knowing that this can translate to other aspects of their lives. Zoe is committed to ensuring that her students not only learn something every lesson, but that they have fun!
Stef started riding at the age of 7 and soon after she began competing on the National circuit with Turkish Delight and Sand Castle, winning many championships and competing at the Royal Winter Fair. At the age of 13, Stef took on a new mount named "Big Easy", winning the 2008 Sandra Silcox Memorial Jumper Medal and competing in the 1.30m Jumpers at the Wellington Equestrian Festival. Stef has grown up in Vector's equitation training program since the age of 8 and has been lucky enough to have the opportunity to train with several international coaches. Stef is incredibly invested in her students' progress, whether they come once a week, or are training to compete at the local, provincial or national level.

Sara began riding at the age of 8 and has never looked back. Sara began showing at the age of 10, moving onto the Trillium Circuit competing in Hunter, Jumper and Equitation classes.
As a coach Sara is eager to help other riders meet their goals and discover the passion associated with this lifelong sport using the structure of Vector’s training program and emphasis on the importance of proper riding techniques. Additionally, Sara hopes to pass along some of the various other life lessons and skills that come from being involved with this sport, recognizing the importance of having a solid foundation both on the ground and in the saddle.

Cheyenne started riding at the age of 9, soon becoming captivated by the sport. She began competing at the age of 11 and soon joined the Vector Equestrian Show Team to compete on the Trillium Circuit in Hunter and Equitation classes.

In 2016, Cheyenne became a Certified EAGALA Professional; a ground-based equine-assisted therapy program focused on horse and human behaviour. In 2017, Cheyenne attended the EAGALA U.S. Annual Conference in Denver Colorado, and remains an active member.

As Cheyenne continues to cultivate her passion for the sport, she is determined to help her students accomplish their riding goals using the 3 C’s of Horsemanship and through the structure of Vector’s equitation training program.