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Pictured: Babsi Neidhardt-Clark

  • FEI Bronze, Silver, and Gold medalist

  • Has ridden at top levels in 3 disciplines: jumping, eventing, and dressage

  • Over 30 years experience in riding and training

Not pictured: Martha Thomas

  • FEI Silver medalist

  • Over 15 years experience riding

  • Teaches dressage


Sycamore Station, located in Kirkwood, PA, began in 2007 as the joint vision of Babsi Neidhardt-Clark and Martha Thomas.


Harnessing their shared love of horses and talent for matching riders to their perfect equine partner, they began traveling to Denmark and importing and training Danish Warmbloods. The result has been a successful business and the satisfaction of fulfilling the dreams of many riders.


Sycamore Station feeds Daily Dose® Equine's non-GMO line to reduce the digestive stress on their horses, and to assure a competitive edge.


Daily Dose Equine™ LLC is proud to support several  extraordinary local athletes in their pursuit of excellence.

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Katie Straton is a USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist, passionate dressage trainer, coach, and competitor based in Frederick, Md. She is committed to developing each horse and student through classical training principles and prioritizes the happiness and well-being of the horses in her program. Katie enjoys sharing the beauty of classical dressage in the show ring and earned the 2018 PVDA High Score FEI Champion with her Grand Prix mount, Theopolis Thisla W.


Owner and trainer, Pam Stone, began to focus exclusively on dressage in 1991. For 8 years she trained with USET WEG Team Member, Marie Meyers, in Moorpark, CA, where she competed successfully on the regional circuit and earned championships at such venues as Del Mar, Showpark, and the Los Angeles Equestrian Center.

"I'm addicted to dressage theory and its application. I can never learn enough!" says Pam, adding her own philosophy is borrowed from Olympic Gold medalist, Klaus Balkenhol: "There is no 'Classical' dressage or 'Competitive' dressage. There is only correct riding."

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