Meet the trainer
Trainer, Amanda LePak, started riding at age three, and showing in years after that at local open and 4-H shows. As a youth she primarily showed showmanship, hunter under saddle, and western pleasure; winning championships with multiple horses on the Arabian circut as well as at the 4-H county and state wide level. In addition to showing pleasure horses Amanda also showed her uncles half-arabian gelding "Kruze Khontrol" aka Crusier in local gymkhana shows and barrel races. As the years went on Amanda furthered her knowledge by attending 4-H hosted clinics, seminars, and riding with local trainers. In 2014 Amanda joined the National Barrel Horse Association (NBHA) in
Wisconsin and started competing with two of her personal horses; Kruze Khontrol aka Crusier and Stirrup A Khemotion aka Robin. At the 2014 NBHA WI state finals Amanda and Kruze Khontrol qualified for the Open and the Youth finals. The pair won first in the open 3D and fourth in the youth 3D. From then on Amanda has primarily focused on barrel racing personally and training her clients horses. Amanda has qualified for NBHA youth and open world chamionships numerous times as well as International Barrel Horse Association (IBRA) National finals numerous times. She continues her love of barrel racing and training horses every day.
Amanda has experience in: