Meet Holly Hugo-Vidal
Holly's Next Clinic at RME Show Stables will be held April 22-24, 2016
RME Show Stables is pleased to work closely with nationally known trainer Holly Hugo-Vidal as a regular clinician and consultant. Currently based in Rancho Santa Fe, California at Oceancrest Farms, Holly has a lifetime of training in her illustrious background which includes winning horses and riders at major horse shows as well as numerous year end awards.
She specializes in hunters and equitation. Most recently her junior rider Paige Wilson and her horse Best Foot Forward were champion or reserve in the junior hunter division at every horse show they attended. Prior to that another top winning horse that Holly trained was Overseas, ridden by John French as well as her junior rider. Overseas was first in zone 10 and forth nationally.
Also a clinician, Holly has given numerous clinics in the U.S. as well as Panama, Puerto Rico and New Zealand. Holly is an “R” rated licensed USEF judge in hunters and hunt seat equitation.
In addition she is also an author of three books, the most current being “Build Confidence Over Fences” and writes a monthly column, “West Side Story” for Sidelines Magazine as well as contributing articles for Practical Horseman.
Holly’s number one requirement for riders that she trains is their love for horses!
A letter from Holly:
I met Ryan a few years ago when I was giving a clinic in
Gilbert, Arizona where he was the assistant trainer. I was
instantly impressed with his outgoing, friendly personality.
There was a fresh wholesomeness and sincerity in his
expression that I liked.
I have come to know Ryan over time and my initial impressions
were accurate. He has great focus and vision for the result he is
undoubtedly going to achieve in his new venture RME Show
Ryan is a very good horseman with integrity and wants only the
best for the horses as well as the individual needs of the clients
and will strive to achieve the highest standards for a successful
I look forward to being involved as a consultant and clinician
and wish him tremendous success in the future.