Jenn has been a member of the California horse industry since she was just 9 years old. She started horse-back riding lessons with Olympian Don Sachey out of Raintree Ranch Equestrian Center in Santa Barbara, CA, and stayed with Raintree Ranch until it closed the year she left for college. She ultimately served as the director of the equestrian center's summer camp and riding program for several years. While at Raintree, she learned the ropes of agricultural business from horse trainer and respected businesswoman, Dana Sachey, and learned the ropes of 3-day eventing from trainers Karene Cohen and Wendy Wergeles.
She also participated heavily in U.S.P.C. and therapeutic riding volunteer work before being accepted to Cal Poly's Animal Science Program. Jenn and her horses moved on to live and work on a longhorn cattle ranch in San Luis Obispo, CA, where her long, lean & mean event horse was nicknamed "Hollywood" by the quarter-horse-lovin' cowboys. Jenn came to love and respect the quarter horses (and the longhorns!), but continued to maintain her position as a working student under event trainer Wendy Wergeles at Cottonwood Ranch in Los Alamos, CA.
Today, Jenn lives and works out of Santa Cruz County with her right-hand man, her chocolate labrador, "Coco Chanel," her golden retriever, "Cooper," and of course, Emmitt. Her hobbies include running and surfing, and in her free time (whatever that means...) she provides cost-effective family law services to the residents of Santa Cruz County - please see www.SantaCruzFamilyLawyer.com for more information.
Jenn serves her equestrian clients in all California counties & travels the length of the state frequently to attend horse industry events & meet with clients on-site. Please don't hesitate to contact our office if we can offer you any legal advice.
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