Georgia Hunt started riding at the age of 5, and has had tunnel vision ever since. Her level of commitment and enthusiasm towards achieving greatness in the tough world of show jumping is unwavering. Along with many hours, and a lot of hard work, Georgia’s keen competitive nature and persistence have presented her with many opportunities and connections in the industry, and given her a leg-up on many other young athletes with similar ambitions.
In recent years, Georgia has been enjoying learning how to develop young prospects of her own in preparation for both the show ring and sales.
In April of 2016, Hunt Equestrian Inc. purchased the business Foxstone Stable, and since this transition, Georgia has also been focusing on developing riders and helping them achieve their own goals. Thanks to a wonderful support team, generous investors, sponsors, and partners, Georgia has a lovely string of horses to develop and campaign.
Please contact us regarding investment opportunities, partnerships, or to learn and grow with a great team led by this EC Level 2 Competition Coach!
Lynne grew up riding in Duncan, BC at the age of six on her family farm. She excelled in the 4-H program achieving the highest order of her honours within the national program. As a junior rider Lynne developed her horsemanship skills through many aspects of equestrian sport from husbandry of the horse, general performance, trail, dressage, jumpers and eventing.
She worked weekends at an 18 stall veterinarian clinic being responsible for turn out, stall cleaning, feeding, pasture management , veterinarian care required for equine patients, and starting young Arabians.
Upon high school graduation, Lynne left her equestrian activities to achieve her Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University in Montreal. She returned to Vancouver Island to explore conference management and run her family heating company with her husband. In little time her passion for horses was turned into her career. She became an Equine Canada Certified Coach in 1995 and excelled in provincial competitions in the eventing discipline.
As Lynne has a continuous desire to educate herself within the industry, after much success in eventing, she continued her competitive riding in jumpers and hunters. Having purchased and settled on her original family farm in Duncan in 2000, she expanded the facility to incorporate an all weather outdoor riding ring, seasonal jumper field with cross-country elements and added an intimate school horse program.
She focuses on the fundamentals of riding to provide students and horses with a fun, safe and confident building program. She has prepared several of her students to excel to provincial level competitions, promotes the Equine Canada Rider Level program and has mentored students to achieve their Instructor of Beginners.
Lynne is honoured to join the Foxstone Team.
Krista first started working at Foxstone Stable in 2004. Since this time she has worked in every position possible. She began mucking stalls part-time and eventually worked into full time hours, along with more responsibility as the primary feeder; in 2008 she earned an exciting new role as Head Groom. She worked hard for this position, and her keen eye and attention to detail made her a great asset.
She spent two years traveling with the horses to horse shows all over the island, onto the mainland, and even into the USA. Her most memorable shows were “The Oaks” and the “Spruce Meadows Masters”! Not only did Krista travel with, take care of, and groom these amazing athletes, but she also had the honor of exercising them. During this time she and her husband had the privilege of living at the stables in the suite above the barn; this brought her closer to her beloved equine friends and allowed her to be more involved in all of the day to day activities.
She took a step back in 2013 to start a family with her husband, Rob, but she has always stayed a part of the stable and continues to play an active role in many aspects of barn activities. She enjoys being a part of the team on all levels and cannot wait to spend more time working with the horses and the wonderful people at the stable.
Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Chloe grew up around horses and fell in love with riding at a very early age.
Upon completion of high school, Chloe moved away and seized an incredible opportunity to start grooming in October of 2016, where she quickly picked up many valuable skills and got back in the saddle. While gaining grooming experience at HITS Thermal and Thunderbird, Chloe has become an incredibly hard worker who is always eager to learn and willing to help, and an astute student and rider.
With that, Chloe was given the chance to work with Foxstone in March of 2017 and has become a valuable, dedicated team member. Chloe has been consistently eager to learn new skills, and further develop her riding. She looks forward to continuing working with horses and setting bigger goals, with bigger jumps!
Chloe is more excited than ever to see what her future holds at Foxstone, and will strive to contribute to the team in any way she can with great pleasure and privilege.
Georgia began riding at the age of 8, and after spending every possible moment at the barn, she knew she was hooked. Shortly after graduating from high school, Georgia moved to Calgary to further her knowledge of the the horse industry.
While in Calgary, Georgia felt privileged to work with horses and athletes at a very high level in the sport of competitive show jumping. Taking advantage of every opportunity to learn, she gained a lot of knowledge about horses, competition, grooming, training and riding. She herself, was very competitive in the equitation divisions through to the 1.20m jumpers on a young horse she originally purchased through Foxstone.
Georgia has now returned to the Island, and has taken an opportunity to continue following her passion for riding, and further immerse herself in the business side of things. We are very fortunate to have Georgia join our team, and can’t wait to see what the future holds.
Abigail began her riding career at age 6 riding on trails. She got a bit of a late start to proper lessons and training at 13, but she was very fortunate to acquire a wonderful lesson horse that gave her confidence and a wonderful foundation.
Purchasing her first horse at 16 she continued her riding on and off the island until she graduated high school and moved to Calgary. While in Calgary she had the wonderful opportunity to ride many different horses and learn all she could about grooming, breeding, and barn management.
Abby made the move back to the island to be closer to family, and is excited to be back home as well as a part of the Foxstone team!