Bill started working for Robin Schoeller Reining Horses in January 2014. He has been riding horses since the age of 10 and competed in barrel racing as a youth rider. In 2008, Bill took his first job in the reining industry working for reining horse trainer Meri Scheffler. After graduating from the University of Findlay in 2012 with a degree in equine business management and western equestrian studies, Bill worked for NRHA Professional Sam Smith before joining our team here at Robin Schoeller Reining Horses. In the fall of 2014, Bill showed in his first aged event, winning the limited open division of the Michigan Born, Bred or Owned Futurity aboard Mark My Step owned by Colie Florica of Canada.
Trent grew up riding and showing in 4-H until 2007 when he started showing as an NRHA youth exhibitor. He began riding and competing with Robin Schoeller Reining Horses as a non pro in 2011. After qualifying for the NRHA Derby Non Pro Finals in 2012, Trent went on to win the Limited Non Pro class at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. In 2013, Trent spent the year working for Robin Schoeller Reining Horses through the NRHA Apprentice Program and cemented his plans to be a professional trainer. Currently, Trent is attending The Ohio State University Agricultural Institute in Wooster, Ohio where he is studying equine business management and production. While in school, Trent joins our team throughout the summers and during his winter breaks to continue to improve his training skills and gain invaluable experience. He plans to graduate in the fall of 2015.
Taryn is the barn manager for all of Roseland Farm. He has been working at Roseland Farm since 2014 and takes care of all the day to day tasks around the barn ensuring each horse has the best care that we can offer.
Marysville, Ohio, Arthur has been working with Robin Schoeller Reining Horses since 2013 and is who we consider to be the best reining farrier in the state of Ohio. He is always there when needed to fix a sprung shoe or replace a lost one and makes sure all of our horses are fitted with the shoes they need to perform at their best.
Sante Fe, Texas, Jimbo and Robin have been working together since 2009. Specializing in corrective shoeing, Jimbo is known as one of the best farriers in the country and works with Arthur each month to ensure our horses have the most state of the art hoof care and shoes available to help maintain soundness and lessen the risk of injury.
Dr. Chuck Savini
Walnut Grove Veterinary Service
Dr. Chuck Savini is the founding member of the practice. After graduating from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990, he spent time practicing in Ohio and New Jersey, gaining experience working with horses representing a wide variety of disciplines. In 1997, he founded Walnut Grove Veterinary Service, and has seen it grow into a three-veterinarian practice offering ambulatory and haul-in medical and surgical services. He maintains a strong interest in reproduction and performance horse lameness. On his off time he enjoys spending time with his wife Patti and their three children, Lorenza, John and Marisa and working on and around their farm in Troy, Ohio.
Dr. Aaron Stingle
Woodland Run Equine Veterinary Facility
Dr. Stingle attended The Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2005. He completed his Internship in 2006 at Woodland Run Equine. He is a member of the AVMA, OVMA, and AAEP. He is licensed in the states of Ohio, Florida and Kentucky.
Dr. Christopher P. Beinlich
Woodland Run Equine Veterinary Facility
Dr. Beinlich is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. He completed his internship at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY and his surgical residency at Cornell University Hospital for Animals, in Ithaca, New York. Chris has a Masters degree from The Ohio State University in Veterinary Preventative Medicine. Chris specializes in Arthroscopic Surgery, Lameness, Upper Airway Disease and Surgery. Dr. Beinlich is a native of Northeast Ohio and became involved with horses through his mother, who is an avid horsewoman.
Last but definitely not least are our sponsors. Their continued support allows us to use some of the best products on the market to train, show and haul down the road. Without them, we couldn’t do what we do. Please take the time to visit each sponsor’s website to see how you too can ride in style!