Alain Seheut - April 29th

ALAIN SEHEUT discovered his love and passion for horses at an early age while helping his grandfather on his breeding farm in Normandy, France. Over the years, Alain has been fortunate

to ride and study with many great horsemen such as Jack Le Goff, former French Olympian and Coach of the United States Three-Day Eventing Team from 1970 to 1984; Raul de Leon, Cuban Show Jumper and Co-Director of West Moreland Davis Equestrian Institute; and Tad Coffin, U.S. Three-Day Olympic Gold Medalist to name a few. Alain has competed successfully in multiple equestrian disciplines (show jumping, eventing, and dressage). In addition, he has successfully shown many young horses in hand. Alain has also been dedicated to breeding international quality warmblood sporthorses for over

20 years, building a small, high quality breeding program with several very special mares. In 2006 he started Olde Country Farm and fulfilled a dream by importing to the United States the Premium German Oldenburg Stallion SOPRANO (Sandro Hit/Contender/Tin Rocco). Since coming to the United States, Alain’s stallion SOPRANO has been a fantastic sire. He has made his mark producing world class performance horses who are winning in international

Grand Prix Dressage, Upper Level Eventing, and Hunter/Jumper competitions in both Europe, Australia, and North America. Within his small breeding program, Alain has very successfully shown in hand several of his own SOPRANO offspring, achieving multiple wins at Dressage at Devon and many other venues. Currently, Alain operates Olde Country Farm in Owings Mills, Maryland where he is dedicated

to breeding, training, and teaching.  

Olde Country Farm

P. O. Box 61

Glyndon, MD 21071

(410) 274 - 5252

Joanna Gray-Randle - June 10th

Joanna Gray-Randle is a USDF Gold, Silver, Silver Freestyle and Bronze Medalist and a Graduate with Distinction of the USDF "L" Program for Judges. Joanna has earned many National, Zone, Regional and Local Championships and has coached her students to many awards, including USDF Silver, Silver Freestyle, Bronze and Bronze Freestyle Medals.

An avid trainer, coach, judge and competitor, Joanna has trained and competed in Dressage, Sport Horse Breed Shows, Hunter/Jumper, Combined Training, Driven Dressage and Combined Driving Events. Joanna also choreographs musical freestyle rides and assists clients in horse purchases.

She acquired her now-licensed Hanoverian stallion when he was only a weanling. Royal Tourmalet SPF (“Artie”) developed into a wonderful sport horse, and has gone on to win the 2014 Dressage at Devon Born in the USA Materiale Championships as three-year old; the 2015 Dressage at Devon Born in the USA Stallion Championship and the Dr. Robert Miller Memorial Perpetual Trophy as a four-year old; and was named USDF/ABIG Stallion Champion at the Breeders Championship Series – East Coast Final in 2016.


Timothy Kammerer - Sept 2nd

Tim has been involved with horses for over 25 years in multiple capacities and disciplines. Is the owner of Sparling Rock, a focused Holsteiner breeding operation for show jumpers since 2004. Developed his first Holsteiner mare “Vienna”, a mare by Cicera’s Icewater to win multiple USDF breed show classes as a yearling, and she was ultimately awarded Adequan Filly of the year in 2011. She was later presented to the American Holsteiner Horse Association breeding stock inspections where she scored the highest jumping scores in the country in mare performance tests. In his pursuit of knowledge he has gone to Holstein Germany every year for over a decade to better understand the principles of the breed. Spent 3 years on the board of directors for The American Holsteiner Horse Association, and more recently is a current and founding board member and treasurer for the United States Sport Horse Breeders Association. As a breeder, Tim has bred, trained and handled many horses for breed shows and inspections. He has supported other young horse programs with products from his breeding winning in YJC and FEH classes and Middlebrook Young Horse series in Canada. As a young horse starter he has also started many horses to help them onto their next career, and understands the special needs of young horses. He also breeds and manages young horses in Holstein Germany and is close to the young horse development practices used over there. This has given him a unique understanding of the benefits and challenges of both development systems. Tim now is engaged in developing his “r” Jump Judge credentials and hopes to use what he has learned to help owners of young sport horses to better evaluate the strengths and challenges of their young horses. Tim is happy to support Silver Fern Farms Young Horse Series to keep availability of venues for young horses to develop skills to better prepare them for a career in sport.