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Suzanne Bollman

As an accomplished international Grand Prix competitor, Suzanne was long or short listed for the US dressage team for seven years. In 2006, she was a US team alternate on her 18.3h hand Holsteiner gelding, Cooper, for the World Equestrian Games held in Aachen, Germany. h 2A07, Suzanne and her other horse, Goubergh's Kasper, finished in the top 6, again, at the USET National Grand Prix Championships. Suzanne has also been in the top 10 US riders in
the FEI World Rankings for the Dressage.

Suzanne became fully immersed in dressage after she graduated from college, and made it her full time career, studying initially under renowned horseman, Chuck Grant of Brighton, Michigan, who is honored in the USDF Hall of Fame at the USDF headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky. Other trainers she has worked with and who have influenced her career are: former US team coach Klaus Balkenhaul, Conrad Schumacher, Jane Savoie, Sue Blinks, Robert Dover, Michael Poulin, and John Winnett.

She continues to train and ride full time in Atlanta, Georgia. A mother of three, Suzanne also enjoys photography, nature, travel, kayaking, the arts, and music.

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Professional Dressage Instruction


SuzanneBollman offers dressage instruction.  Suzanne is committed to giving her students an all around education as a true horseman along with teaching the principles of classic dressage. Suzanne uses classical principles and her vast competitive experience to prepare riders and their horses for competition and helps them to enjoy their dressage journey to the fullest.


Suzanne Bollman trains horses by utilizing the principles of classical dressage. Her success in bringing young horses from training level to winning internationally at Grand Prix, is a tribute to her commitment to using the long-proven methods and principles of classical dressage.


Mission Statement

Building partnerships between horses and riders through understanding and practice based upon fundamental principles of horsemanship and classical dressage.


Meet Suzanne Bollman . . .

(formerly Suzanne Dansby - Phelps)


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