My Training Philosophy
Training horses is my greatest passion. I take only eight horses at time, so that each horse will receive my full attention. I personally ride all of my full training horses five days per week and personalized programs often include: cavelleti work, lunging days, hacking out/trail riding and more, in order to produce happy athletes in our equine partners. Parallel to the training, all horses are turned out on grass pasture seven days a week.


I enjoy working with all types of horses, and have trained and competed with a wide range of breeds including the Warmbloods, such as Hanoverians, Holsteiners and German Riding Ponies as well as the Baroque breeds: Andalusians, Lusitanos, Lipizzanners and Friesians. Each horse is an individual, so I design a program to fit each horse's needs and personality.

I enjoy working with horses at all stages of their dressage training. and riders of any level are welcome to my program. It is my greatest joy to facilitate a true bond between horse and rider based on a willing partnership..


Sabine is the principal dressage trainer at El Campeon Farms in Thousand Oaks, located in Southern California between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.


Considered by many to be Southern California's premier equestrian facility, El Campeon offers:


Two sand arenas, (one covered arena) with "Klinkert" underground watering systems

European horse walker with rubber footing

Large grass pastures for turnout

Equine breeding station

Private, padded veterinary procedure room

State-of-the art barn with 14 by 14 oversized stalls



Learn more by visiting www.elcampeonfarms.com