About Your Equestrian Trainer
Born in 1989 in Louisville, Kentucky, Lauren is the daughter of successful trainer and upper level competitor, Martha Lambert. At the age of eight, Lauren began showing in USEA recognized events, successfully reaching the CCI4* level in 2008 at the age of 19 with her family's OTTB, Baba Creek.
Lauren has worked for and ridden with some of the nation’s top riders including David O’Connor, Jimmy Wofford and Phillip Dutton. She spent twelve years studying and schooling German Classical Dressage techniques which embedded in her how to sympathetically and systematically train even the most difficult horses. Developing under world-class instructors, along with growing up in the business, Lauren has the experience, confidence, and deep-rooted know-how for communicating, coaching, and helping horses and riders reach their goals.
Lauren has also ridden and worked for American Grand Prix Show Jumping Champion Derek Braun of Split Rock Farm in Lexington, Kentucky and German Team World Champion and Individual Show Jumping Bronze medalist Sören Von Rönne in Hamburg, Germany. After being Talent Spotted onto the Under 25 Eventing Squad in 2013 and training with the US Eventing High Performance Team, Lauren relocated to Dallas to be with her husband, Adam. Lauren is excited at the opportunity to work with horses and riders of all levels from her home base in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Comfortable and Professional
Monthly training programs are highly significant and when done properly, create an unimaginable connection between horse and human. Catering to each one of my client's horses strengths and weaknesses allows responsible and rewarding partnerships to blossom.
Hone Your Craft
Private and Group Lessons
Preparing for competition, developing green horses, or fine-tuning skills, methodical lessons are essential to developing success and harmony for both rider and horse. No matter the rider level, nothing trumps practice and consistency.
Work Hard, Dream Big
Show Coaching provides you with professional guidance in the highest pressure environments. Whether you are just starting or a seasoned rider, course walks, warms up and reassurance will help you accomplish all of your personal goals.
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2021 Spring Schedule
11th-14th - Texas Rose Spring Kickoff II
Texas Rose Horse Park - Tyler, TX
26th-28th - Summer Horse Trials
Texas Rose Horse Park - Tyler, TX
9th-11th - Horse Trials
Chattahoochee Hills Farm - Fairburn, GA
22nd-25th - Land Rover Three-Day Event
Kentucky Horse Park - Lexington, KY
Thank You For Your Part In My Journey
Hallways Feeds has provided our competition horses with the formula for success for nearly a decade now. Hallway's scientifically proven specialty formulas provide our horses with the quality and consistency they need for superior performance and health. Hallway Feeds is based out of Lexington, KY and sold locally through D&L Farm and Home in McKinney, TX.
County Saddles have proven to be the absolute best for our horses back and performance. County's craftsmanship is unrivaled and built to last. Wool flocking provides remarkable freedom and comfort, allowing for a perfect fit with the horse's back. We are thrilled to have Hilary Watson, the 214 County Saddlery Rep, to take care of all our needs.
Southern California Equestrian Sports is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping equestrian riders of all levels raise tax deductible funds to compete in and support their National and International competitions throughout the world. This outstanding organization understands the financial commitment it takes to compete at the highest levels of equestrian sports and therefore established an organization to help foster development and inspire competition.
Donations made on my behalf are tax deductible.
"When you train a horse on a daily basis, you're a part of the horse's movement, you're a part of his motion. Everything that the horse experiences is coming from you. There's a total connection -- a true friendship -- and the connection touches the soul completely."