Phone: 910-875-2074

Email: info@carolinahorsepark.com

bod bryan rosenbergBryan Rosenberg, Chairman 

Bryan is VP of IT for First American Title Insurance Company, the nation's second largest title insurance company and a Fortune 500 company, currently working on operational readiness related to new compliance rules for all technology platforms at First American. Before joining First American in July, 2005, Bryan was North Carolina State Manager for Fidelity National Title Insurance Company. Prior to joining the title industry, Bryan was an attorney in private practice in the area of mergers and acquisitions, tax and estate planning. He graduated from Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University in 1993 and was admitted to practice in the same year. He is a member of the North Carolina State Bar. He is also a member of the North Carolina Bar Association where he served a three year term on the Real Property Council. He is past president of the North Carolina Land Title Association where he received the Sam Mann award to recognize a new generation of leaders in the title industry. Bryan is a frequent speaker at industry meetings and teaches continuing education for both attorneys and title professionals all across the country. Bryan has ridden horses since he was 8 years old. As a juniour, he rode in Big Eq. and Large Junior Working Hunter. As a young amateur he rode both hunters and jumpers and then took a 25 year break. He came back to riding as an Amateur show hunter and lives on a horse farm in Southern Pines with his wife Kim. They enjoy traveling, hiking and gardening (both flower gardening and vegetables).

bod audrey wigginsAudrey Wiggins, Secretary 

Audrey grew up riding and training horses in the sport of Eventing in Ocala, FL. She moved permanently to Moore County after graduating with a BS degree in Sports Medicine from St. Andrews University in Laurinburg, NC. Audry currently lives on her Spook Hill Farm in Carthage, NC where she runs a small boarding operation and trains her event horse, Spook Hill At Last, aka 'Oliver'. She is a graduate HA pony clubber and has also worked with the US Eventing Association's Area II Young Rider program as the Junior/Yound Rider Coordinator. For the last 15 years Audrey has held her Real Estate Broker license and is currently serving the Moore County and surrounding areas as a Residential Home, Farm and Land Specialist with DeSell & Co Realty Group in downtown Southern Pines. In addidition to her Realtor duties, she is also a licensed Residential Contractor and a Water lines and Sewer Contractor serving as the contractor of record for Peabody Contracting Inc which specializes in grading, clearing , site prep, water lines and sewer installations and barn/farm construction projects. Audrey is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Pinehurst-Southern Pines Area Association of Realtors MLS.

Beth Wall bodEllen Wall, Treasurer

Ellen, a graduate of Syracuse University,  is a Vice President and Senior Trust Administrator with Wells Fargo Wealth Management. Before joining Wells Fargo, Ellen was a Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch and a trust officer with First Citizen’s Bank and Trust, Legg Mason Trust Company and Wachovia Bank. She also served as Associate Director of Planned Giving at NC State University. Ellen was involved in eventing, as an owner, with her Trakehner Reinmeister, who competed at the Preliminary level. Ellen lives in Raleigh and spends her weekends in Pinehurst, where she writes mystery novels set in Southern Pines horse country. She is currently at work on book number three. In her free time she enjoys golf, skeet and equestrian activities.

Lynn DeJaco 
Lynn DeJaco
Lynn is the Chief Financial Officer, FirstHealth of the Carolinas and is accountable for all financial and strategic matters as they relate to the Corporation.  She received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accounting Concentration, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1982 and a Master of Public Administration, Healthcare Concentration, from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 1995. Prior to joining FirstHealth of the Carolinas, Lynn held positions at Northeast Medical Center where she performed consulting, tax, network development, and audit services. In addition, she has ten years combined tax, audit, and consulting service experience in public accounting, including seven years with Coopers & Lybrand and three years with McGladrey.  Lynn is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants and Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She has held numerous civic and board advisory positions and is a frequent speaker at professional and civic meetings

Peter DoubledayPeter Doubleday

Peter is a native of Syracuse, NY and a graduate of the University of Miami, Florida. During a 40 year career of announcing horse shows, he has been the voice of every major equestrian event in the U.S., including Devon, Pennsylvania National, Washington International, the National, Royal Winter Fair in Canada, World's Championship Saddlebred Show, Walnut Hill, Hampton Classic and the Winter Equestrian Festival. He was the athlete services coordinator and voice of show jumping for the Atlanta Olympics, voice of the 1999 Pan Am Games in Winnipeg, and has announced 7 World Cup Show Jumping Finals. He was the production manager for the Alltech World Equestrian Games in 2010. Doubleday currently is the co-manager of the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show and the manager for the Royal Horse Show in Toronto. He is a USEF and FEI Jumper judge and is the Chairman of the Board of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame. His wife Chrissie is a member of the famous Walsh family and teaches chemistry at Pinecrest High School. She is also enjoying riding time with the Moore County Hounds.

bod annie eldridgeAnnie Eldridge 

Annie competed through upper-level eventing before an illness abruptly ended her riding career. She has spent her winters in Southern Pines since 1985. Today she and husband, Cap Kane, split time between Duxbury, MA and Vass, where they own and operate Setters' Run Farm, a competitive eventing facility and breeding operation. Annie volunteers faithfully at the Carolina Horse Park and has been an active supporter of the Park's many activities since its inception in 1998. Both Annie and Cap advocate for land preservation and conservation of wildlife and open space, which makes the Park a cause near and dear to their respect hearts.



bod michelle frazier copyMichelle Frazier

Michelle works as a government relations attorney for Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP in Raleigh.  In that capacity, she lobbies the legislative and executive branches on behalf of her clients.  She previously worked for Manning Fulton & Skinner, PA in Raleigh as well as the NC Bar Association.  She graduated from The University of North Carolina School of Law at Chapel Hill in 1996 and Wake Forest University in 1992. Michelle has ridden horses in NC since she was 5 years old, growing up in the Raleigh Triangle Pony Club and Triangle Hunt.  She has competed in eventing for over 30 years and enjoys training and competing OTTBs.  She spends most of her weekends in the Riverton Community in Wagram in Scotland County on her small farm affectionately know as Flying Pig Farm.  She is very excited to serve on the CHP Board of Directors.

bod shirley gaitherShirley Gaither
 


After working in NYC, Shirley met her husband fox-hunting at Golden's Bridge in North Salem, NY. She had been working with horses all her life and they both shared a love of jumpers. After marrying, she bought an imported mare from Holland and started breeding jumpers. She soon discovered she was better breeding hunters, many of which became top show horses in the country. She has since shifted her efforts into breeding jumpers - which has produced 2 grand prix horses - one sold last year and the other still showing. Others are coming along and have great potential. Her daughters break and show their young stock so this is a fulfilling family venture.



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Robin Greenwood 


Robin grew up on Cape Cod where she started riding at age 6. She began showing on the A circuit at 16 as a student of Ronnie Mutch at Nimrod Farm. After graduation from Smith College, Robin relocated to Weston Ct and took up showing full time. In 1976 she won USEF National Amateur Owner Horse of the Year with her horse Twentieth Century Ltd. Turning Professional shortly after, Robin has been a trainer for almost 40 years and she has specialized in both kids and adults. Bringing youngsters like Georgina Bloomberg, Ashley Baker, Caroline Passarelli and currently Erica Felder to the top of the Junior ranks has been the goal of her program. Her students have been Champion at Devon, Washington, Harrisburg and Pony Finals and have won USEF Pony Medal Finals and WIHS Pony Medal Finals. Along with training, Robin has had a large pony breeding business which is well known for producing National level winners. Robin lives and trains at her farm in Southern Pines.

bod pam1Pamela Kantorowski

Pamela is a native of Cooperstown NY and received her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in 1987.  She then moved to North Carolina to attend Duke University School of Medicine, graduating in 1991.  She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency at the University of Louisville and then University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.  After being on staff as a clinical assistant professor at UNC for three years, she moved to Pinehurst and has been practicing at the Southern Pines Women's Health Center since 1999.  Pam has held many physician leadership positions and currently is the Board Chair for the Surgery Center of Pinehurst as well as the Board Chair for First Carolina Care Insurance.  She was also selected to participate in the FirstHealth Physician Leadership Academy in 2014 through to the present where she has learned much about leadership styles, effective team building, governance and the changing landscape of healthcare finance. Pam lives here with her husband, Michael, who works for the Moore County Sheriff Department, and her two daughters.  Pam became involved with the equestrian community in the Southern Pines area once her older daughter started riding at age 6.  The prospect of just having a pony to ride around the backyard quickly grew to a farm of four horses.  She became an avid supporter of the Carolina Horse Park, both while volunteering and watching her girls compete over the years.  Her older daughter, Mikaela, has competed in Eventing through the 1* level and has continued to ride while attending college at the University of South Carolina in Columbia.  Her younger daughter, Maia, attends The O'Neal School and has also taken up the sport of Eventing and aspires to reach the NAJYRCs someday.
Claire Reid
Claire Reid


Ms. Reid has recently retired from the Oracle Corporation as a Senior Vice President, where she was responsible for all due diligence sales performance projections and delivery analysis during Oracle's very acquisitive 7 year period, which included the acquisition of Sun Microsystems. She was recruited by the Oracle Corporation in 1998 to run their Public Sector consulting services in North America. Ms. Reid has an MS in Management Science and Engineering and an MA in Mathematics and began her career as a programmer before joining Bearing Point (Peat, Marwick, Mitchell) where she became a partner in their consulting division. In 1988 Ms. Reid founded a Technology firm, which was eventually sold to a technology investment firm. Ms. Reid is active with the Brandywine Museum and Conservancy, the American Driving Society, Moore County Driving Club, Young Drivers Camp and the National Sporting Museum and Library. Claire lives in Southern Pines where she drives Welsh Ponies and competes at the CDE Intermediate Level with a pair or a four-in-hand. She is a member of the Ladies Coaching Club, the Four-in-hand Club, the Moore County Driving Club and the Aiken Driving Club. She is responsible for an annual Young Drivers Camp which is sponsored by the ADS and includes Advanced Drivers who are sponsored by the USEF. She is co-organizer of the Pine Tree CDE in the Fall and the Southern Pines CDE in the Spring. She also plays golf and enjoys traveling

bod jenniferJennifer Shattuck
 

Jennifer has been a long time volunteer, competitor, and supporter of the Carolina Horse Park. When she’s not working her primary job as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, she’s busy running her own farm where she hosts several NCDCTA and schooling shows a year.  


Kelly ValdezKelly Valdes

Kelly began her equestrian career in Cheshire, Pennsylvania fox hunting and eventing. She worked for Frolic Weymouth in Chadds Ford, PA in 1974 and that’s where she traded in the riding saddle for a set of driving harness. In the late 70’s she helped to organize the Chesterland and Radnor Driving Events. In the 80’s, Kelly was introduced to the international driving scene as navigator for Deidre Pirie competing at the Windsor Horse Show and at the 1982 four in hand world championships in Appledorn, Holland. Kelly began her own business named Driving Disciplines, teaching horse and rider how to be safe and competitive. In 1989 Kelly was privileged to drive a pair of Dutch warm bloods, sponsored by Peter Wetherill, to the world championships held in Lake Balaton, Hungry. Kelly was the USET national single champion in 1996 and 1997 and the 1998 silver medalist at the singles world championship in Ebbs, Austria. Kelly moved to Southern Pines in 2000 to manage Clair Reid’s Big Sky Farm and help with her welsh ponies. Kelly helps to organize the Pine Tree and Southern Pines Combined Driving Events. She is currently chairman of young drives for the American Driving Society and also runs the young drivers camp at Big Sky farm held every summer.

bod cynthiawilliamsCynthia Williams 

Dr. Cynthia Williams has been a leading practitioner in the field of Organization and Leadership Development for 20 years. Cynthia began her career as a licensed family therapist then moving into the corporate world working with individuals and groups.  She has consulted to or worked for Pacific Gas and Electric, Mercy Regional Healthcare, the US Air Force, Reliant energy, CNA Insurance and others.  Her major emphasis is helping individuals and teams improve their effectiveness and satisfaction with their work life, leadership development, including individual coaching.  Cynthia did her undergraduate work at Northwestern University, her graduate work at the University of San Francisco and completed her Doctoral studies at the Fielding Institute in Human and Organizational Systems.  She has three children and six grandchildren, two horses and four dogs.

bod lefreda newLefreda Williams

Lefreda has fox hunted for 40 years, and evented and shown horses for 50 years. She has been a Horse Trials Organizer since 1970 and was a member of the Board of Governors of USCTA for thirteen years. She is a founding director and has served both vice president and president of the Carolina Horse Park Foundation. She continues to be a director on the CHPF board. Lefreda was named one of the Ten Most Influential People in Moore County for the year 2000. She continues her long and successful eventing career competing at events throughout the east coast.




 
 

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