The Team at Red Horse 

Meet your trainer

Caitlin Halliwell 


Originally from California, the owner and trainer of Red Horse Training has traveled the country looking for the perfect place to call home, through vineyards of California to the ranges of Montana to Skyscrapers of New York, Caitlin has helped countless horses and riders better develop their connections with each other through her unique and quiet approach to training. With a strong background in classical dressage and firm background in equitation, she has taken these foundation steps in riding and applied them to bio-mechanical teaching and natural horsemanship techniques. Riders come away with a better understanding of what they need to do to subtly change their riding and why its important both mentally and physically to their horse.

Cooper Nicole Centers 


 Cooper  offers lessons Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday in Beginner/ Intermediate Western riding and offers Mounted Games training and instruction. Born and raised in southern Ohio, Cooper followed her passion for horses to Kentucky, the horse capital of the world. She began her riding career at the age of eight, where her love of speed led her to mounted games.

Cooper has been incredibly successful as a rider, even competing internationally with USMGA and taking 3rd place at the IMGA Southern Champs Show in England. Cooper later went on to coach and in 2019 her team took 2nd place at the USMGA Championship series. Graduating from the University of Kentucky with her Bachelor of Science degree in Equine Science and Management, Cooper went on to become a licensed Equine Massage Therapist to be able to help horses feel their absolute best. As an instructor she enjoys helping riders build a partnership with their horses based on horsemanship and understanding, and she hopes to shape the next generation of horse lovers through hard work and fun!


Jessica Lynn Balogh


One of the biggest problems facing riders  is being physically strong  and flexible enough to  be able to ride and continue getting better. Jessica,  an avid equestrian with a background in dance and gymnastics saw the need for an equestrian workout program and went right to work developing a program that fits all levels and types of riders. As a dancer and a gymnast she learned the importance of strength and flexibility in order to accomplish her athletic goals and prevent injuries. She has taken this knowledge and applied it during her 10 years as a gymnastics coach, training gymnasts who have gone on to compete in college as well as vie for a spot on the Olympic team.

Our farm is located at 


2303 Aiken rd

Shelbyville, Ky 40065


We offer Lessons 


Barrel Racing

Ranch Riding 

 Western Horsemanship

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