Jessica Roberson Wright, owner-operator and head trainer at Roberson Equestrian Facility has over 30 years of riding experience. She is a former United States Pony Clubber and member of the 1996 USDF Region Three North American Young Riders Championship (NAYRC) Team. She has a degree in Recreational Therapy with a minor in from Middle Tennessee State . She is also a North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) certified instructor (Now called PATH).
In 2006 Jessica earned her USDF Bronze Medal in dressage and is working toward her Silver Medal. Currently, she is concentrating on developing a young rider program. Her talent and love of teaching allow her to assist in the development of her young students in such a way that they not only gain confidence as riders but as individuals. 2011 was the second year in a row that show was able to guide a young rider to the North American Young Riders Championships and the Festival of Champions, two of the top competitions offered in dressage at the FEI levels. In 2016 she was successful in helping another rider make it on the Reg 3 NAJYRC team. In 2017 Jessica graduated from the USDF “L” Judging Program with Distinction.
In addition to the young riders, Jessica has a strong community of Adult Amateurs that she has coached to earn many USDF Medals. But whether you are a strong dressage enthusiast, a wanting to improve your flat skills, or just someone wanting to get back into riding she loves to teach everyone!