Head Instructor / Farm Manager
Elisabeth-Smith Price has solid and diverse experience in the equine industry. She has head-coached Women’s Varsity IHSA team for 12 years at Hartwick College and produced 3 nationals participants and a champion. She holds a Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts in Equine Studies. She is excellent at finding the right approach for varying student learning styles. Her passion for her work and the joy she takes in teaching horsemanship is invaluable to Clover Hill Farm!
Instructor / Trainer
Dominika competed at 2* level in European Eventing and was nominated for Polish Olympic Team. While studying for her veterinary degree at Warsaw University of Life Sciences, she developed her philosophy to teach horse and rider as a team to minimize habitual mistakes and greatly increase the learning process. She is a friendly and professional trainer, who strives to help her students and horses reach their full potential!
Riding Instructor/ Lesson Program Director
Kathleen has been an avid hunter rider since she was just eight years old, and began teaching while she attended college at the University of Dayton. Kathleen competed on the University of Dayton IHSA equestrian team and was the barn manager for the prestigious Lake Bryn Mawr Camp riding program. She was a working student for the late Mindy Darst and Lochmoor Stables, and credits most of her teaching and riding styles to the many people who took the time to mentor her there. She has evented and done dressage, but her real passion is in the hunter ring! Her favorite part about teaching is seeing the success her students have, both in and out of the arena, and watching them grow as both riders and leaders in life. Kathleen is also a Nationally Certified EMT, and holds licenses in both Kentucky and Ohio, which brings a whole other level of safety to the lesson program, and to Clover Hill Farm in general!
Miroslava was introduced to horses by her father who was a jockey and then trainer/owner/breeder of thoroughbreds. In 2010 her family moved to KY and began a multi-faceted thoroughbred operation. The operation contributed to significantly large export income for the local thoroughbred community. In 2016, Miroslava, family & team founded Clover Hill Farm in order to spread the joy of horseback riding and serve boarding needs of greater equestrian community. Miroslava works hard overseeing quality and growth at Clover Hill Farm!