A Florida native, Camille first learned to love horses as a little girl by riding competitively in the hunters and equitation. As a junior, she spent summers working as a camp riding instructor for children at Zion Farms in north Georgia, and shifted her focus to eventing and dressage under the tutelage of Nancy Gosch. In university, she served two years as an officer and competitive member of the Florida State University Eventing Team. Camille's professional experience includes working in internationally-recognized eventing, dressage, and polo programs in Florida, and developing working ranch horses in Georgia. She hopes to compete FEI with her off-track Thoroughbred, Teddy, who she is currently bringing up through the levels of eventing.
At the young age of 5, Emma began her riding career while living in New Zealand. After moving to the United States she continued riding and showing competitively in Florida and Texas. She has previously worked and trained at Hunter Jumper show barns in the Tampa Bay area. She also has a degree as an Emergency Medical Technician and is currently working towards a degree in equine business management.