Patty has operated Memorial Park Hunters for over 30 years. She has trained many local, state, zone, and national champions along with qualifying many equitation riders in the Pony and Junior Medal Finals, WIHS and Maclay regionals and finals. She is past president of GHHJA and THJA. She is also past Chairperson of the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show and past Co-Chair of the Zone 7 Committee. Patty presently serves on the board of the THJA where she is on the Executive Committee along with being Chairperson of the Sponsorship and Education Committee. She also serves on the USHJA Zone 7 Committee. Patty currently sits on the USHJA Pony Hunter Task Force.
Katherine joined the MPH Team in June 2017. She grew up in Northern Virginia riding and competing in the hunters, jumpers, and equitation. Katherine graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) with a B.A. in Equestrian Studies in 2014 where she was a member of their award-winning equestrian team for all four years of her enrollment. In her junior and senior year, she was Captain of the team. Before coming to MPH, she worked at other top Hunter/Jumper barns in both managing and training of horses and riders.
She is an active member of USEF, USHJA and THJA.
Caroline joined the MPH Team in the fall of 2020. Originally from Parker, Colorado she grew up in the hunter/jumper industry where her father owned and operated Three Pines Farm. Caroline competed locally and nationally during her junior and early amateur years. She was successful in all three rings and prides herself on qualifying for all the major equitation finals. In the hunter arena, Caroline has received multiple WCHR Championship awards. She attended The University of Kentucky earning her BS in Equine Science and Management. While attending the University of Kentucky, she rode on their IHSA team. In 2017, she was National IHSA Open Equitation on the Flat Champion. After graduating in 2020, she started riding Professionally.
Since 2010 Amanda has been our off-site bookkeeper. She currently resides in Evadale, Texas with her husband, Joedy and daughter McKenna. She has an A.A. in business administration from San Jacinto College. Amanda is on the Rodeo Operations Committee at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.