Originally from Glastonbury, Connecticut, Regis Webb is a Graduate “A” Pony Clubber. In 1978, she was long listed for the World Championships and she was chosen to participate in the training session by Jack LeGoff, Coach of the United States Olympic Team.
Regis participated in numerous clinics with instructors from England, Austria, Germany, and the United States. She competed through Intermediate 2 Star Level Eventing and 4th Level Dressage. Regis’ jumping career ended after she incurred a debilitating injury due to a fall. She continued to compete in dressage until having to retire her horse.
Regis was National Stable Management Judge for the United States Pony Club in 1984-2003. She also served as Regional Examiner for the United States Pony Club in 1987-2003. Regis was the Area 5 Young Rider Coordinator in 2000-2003 and an Area V Young Rider Selector in 2004 and 2005.
Today, most of Regis’ students compete in eventing and 3-day competitions. Her students have won area championships at all levels.
- 1981 trained and coached the Gold Medal winner at the National Young Rider Championships in Bromont, Canada.
- 1998 coached the Area 5 Adult Team in St. Louis, Missouri
- 2002 trained and coached the Gold Medal winner at the National Young Rider Championships in Chicago, Illinios
$50.00 per hour, private lesson
$45.00 per hour, semi-private
$35.00 per hour group (3 or more students)
Coaching at Horse Trials
$100.00 per weekend plus a portion of expenses (Regis’ travel, hotel and meal expenses split amongst students at horse trial)