Green Horse Ambassadors

Celebrity Horse Trainers using, loving and  sharing Green Horse with their friends and fans.  Meet Team Green Horse-2018

Kenda Lenseigne

GHO Ambassador-World Champion Mounted Shooter

Kenda Lenseigne

Accomplished Horsewoman, Sharpshooter, Entrepreneur.

Kenda has spent her life on the back of a horse. She started competing at the ripe old age of four and continued all throughout her childhood in both Western and English disciplines. After an apprenticeship in Texas with some of the country’s top cutting horse trainers, she was introduced to the sport of mounted shooting in California, where she qualified for the World Championship after only her 4th competition.

Since those early days, she’s developed a reputation as an accomplished trainer of both horses and people, won just about everything there is to win in the competitive arena and cultivated a thriving business dedicated to introducing others to her sport.

Her proudest accomplishment remains winning the title of Overall World Champion, becoming the first woman to best her male competitors. She did this riding Justin, a former trail horse that she nurtured from scratch, building him into a phenomenal equine athlete.

Kenda’s business is based in Arizona, which allows her to offer training year-round Find out more about Kenda at her website-


We are beyond thrilled to partner with such an outstanding cowgirl! Team GreenHorse!

Claire Walsh

GHO Ambassador-Extreme Mustang Trainer

My love for horses began when I first read the Black Stallion. Afterwards, I visited the wild mustangs at an offsite adoption and fell in love. By age 12, I was volunteering to pay off my riding lessons. A few years later, I worked to earn my first horse! My primary teacher has always been the horse and in those first few months my mare, Smart Little Montana, taught me many invaluable lessons. 


At the age of 16, I was selected to train for the youth division of the Extreme Mustang Makeover in Fort Worth, TX. I had never trained a wild horse before. In May 2015, I was randomly assigned a tall, scrawny bay gelding that would change my life. I named him Dare to Dream ("Dream"). Under the guidance of my mentor, we trained nearly everyday pushing through each obstacle including the loss of a friend. One hundred and twenty days later, we completed a freestyle performance partially at liberty and placed third overall in the Extreme Mustang Makeover. However, our journey was far from over. We went on to compete in several events including the San Antonio Stock Show and Texas 4H State Show. We won the Mustang Open in 2016 after accomplishing our goals of a bridleless performance. "Dream" has inspired me to promote the 45,000 mustangs remaining in holding. Aside from shows, we perform demonstrations to raise awareness for the plight of the Mustang. I have also trained through Mustang Heritage Foundation's Trainer Incentive Program gentling mustangs for adoption. 


My goal has always been to learn from the mustangs when training and caring for them. After the makeover, I dove into learning about the mustangs and creating a natural environment for them to excel in. With the help of Green Horse Organics, I have been able to accomplish this.


In the future, I hope to continue to develop as a trainer and participate in the Trainer Incentive Program and Extreme Mustang Makeover promoting the adoption of America's wild horses. I have studied Madison Shambaugh's methods for a successful relationship without the use of ropes and will continue to train under her. 

Frances Walsh

Youngest Mustang trainer on Team Green Horse

My name is Frances Walsh I’m 11 years old and enjoy playing sports and living by the beach. I started riding horses with help from my older sister when I was 6. Finally this year I am training my first mustang for the Youth Extreme Mustang Makeover. My horse, Major is a yearling gelding from Nevada and is a really gentle and sweet horse. I can’t wait until the competition!

Cat Zimmerman

GHO Ambassador

Cat Zimmerman is a 15 year old youth mustang trainer from Morristown, NJ that also splits the year in Archer, FL. She has been around horses since the age of 3, and got into training mustangs when she was 12. She was born into the hunter/jumper world but branched off and found her true passion and love for mustangs in 2015 through the Extreme Mustang Makeover program. Cat placed 4th overall out of 17 in her first Youth Mustang Makeover, didn't compete in her second due to colic, and was the overall champion of her third Makeover. Outside of the EMM, Cat gentles and trains mustangs that she adopts, rescues, or is hired by others. Cat is very passionate about the breed, as she also performs with her small team of mustangs at various fairs, expos, and events as a way to promote the mustang. 

Taren Moore

GHO Ambassador-Wild Mustang Trainer

Ever since I can remember I have loved horses, even though I do not come from a horsey background by any means. I got my first horse when I was 10, a 21 year old Quarter Horse. From there my love for horses grew even more. In 2013 my family and I went to the Extreme Mustang Makeover for the first time and when we happened in on the youth freestyles on Friday night I was hooked! As I watched the youth show the talents of these horses, that were wild about 100 days ago, I knew I had to compete in the Makeover one day. Well, that day came earlier than I expected and in April 2015 I was accepted to train a Mustang for the Extreme Mustang Makeover. On May 15th I set eyes on a little sorrel 2 year old gelding, later to be named Venture. Venture has challenged me so much and  taught me even more. He continues to teach me as much as I teach him and has made me better trainer. Since the first Mustang Makeover I watched I have fallen in love with the Mustangs and my family now own three Mustangs. I feel very passionate about their plight and work to spread awareness for the Mustang. I plan on competing the 2018 Extreme Mustang Makeover in Fort Worth, TX and continue to exhibit the ability of these horses.

Grace Helms

Grace grew up on her parent's horse farm, where they live in the barn loft apartment. Grace has been riding horses since she could walk and was given her first colt when she was 7 years old.  She started him under saddle herself when she was 9.  Grace participates in 4-H, ARHA, IRHA, open horse shows, Extreme Mustang Makeovers, and attends many clinics throughout the year. In her spare time, she also enjoys expanding her knowledge by interning with other trainers.  Grace has developed a passion for Mustangs through the Extreme Mustang Makeover program. She competed in the 2016 and 2017 Extreme Mustang Makeovers, in Fort Worth, Texas. In the 2016 makeover she placed 9th overall with her mustang filly Nevada's Echo. She won the 2017 makeover with her filly Smokin' Hot Ember.  Through the Extreme Mustang Makeover program she has made many new friends and it has helped her expand her knowledge with her horses.  Grace works to promote mustangs in all the venues she participates in. Her mustangs draw a crowd wherever they go, and they are great ambassadors for wild horses everywhere.  Her future plans include participating in adult Extreme Mustang Makeovers, becoming a TIP trainer, and pursuing internships with other trainers to increase her education. 

Jeniffer Deden

GHO Ambassador-Liberty/Trick/Mustang Trainer

Hi my name is Jennifer Deden, I am an active mustang trainer. I love training the wild mustangs. My family has trained over 75 in the past. We got our first mustang/horse when I was 2, and ever since then I have loved working with mustangs. 

    When I was in 5th grade ( 8 or 9) I got my first mustang to compete in the Extreme Mustang Makeover. Since that day including the horse I am training currently will be my 7th. I have placed 3rd overall in my age division, 7th overall, 5th overall, and champion. I am super excited for this next makeover which I am in the middle of training. 

    I have also done many things other than mustangs. My sister and I have competed in the Midwest Horse Fair. The Midwest Horse Fair is the largest horse fair in the USA. we were selected out of 500 entrees with 4 other youth competitors to go up and perform. I performed with my Mustang Million horse and Virginia (my sister) performed with her quarter horse. we placed 4th overall and it was a wonderful exsperience. 

    Finally I have done many demonstrations. I have done them at our barn in Houston Texas, and at our Cowboy Church of Leon County in Centerville Texas. And today i've been riding my horse bareback and bridless. weve also done many tricks like riding backwards, laying down, siting up, and starting steps of liberty.


Danni Sussman

GHO Ambassador-Owner Aspire Eventing

Dani owns and operates Aspire Eventing in Larkspur, Colorado on 37 pristine acres. Dani started riding at the age of six and joined the United States Pony Club at the age of nine. She successfully became an ‘A’ rated graduate in Pony Club and thus began her passion for Three-Day Eventing.

In 2003, Dani began working for and competing with Amy Tryon, two-time Olympian, Olympic Bronze Medalist, and World Equestrian Game Team Gold Medalist, in Duvall, Washington. She travelled extensively with Amy both as her groom and also as a fellow Eventing competitor.
Dani has been professionally training and teaching all levels of horses and riders for over 15 years. She started her professional career in Northern California with Aspire Eventing and also joined Full Circle Training.

Dani’s primary passion is Eventing. She travels around the country competing both her horses and as well as her clients’ horses, and encourages her clients to also compete to gain priceless experiences. While at home in Colorado, in addition to the Events, Dani also competes in local rated dressage and hunter/jumper shows.  Dani only promotes companies she truly believes in and can stand behind with confidence. She actually approached me after using our Natural fly spray borrowed from one of her students.  We sent her more items to sample  and she was hooked on Green Horse!  A barn/student/groomer favorite has been the Barn mist, natural insect repellant used in an automated barn spray system.  Dani and boarders report no more running away when the mister comes on, because now they have a natural effective botanical spa smelling spray that everyone enjoys!  Green barn paradise!

Hailey Schewe

GHO Ambassador-horse trainer-business owner

Hailey Schewe,  is a  15-year-old barrel racer, pole bender, goat tyer, and breakaway roper from Oregon. IShe has competed in the Northwest Youth Rodeo Association since she was three years old. Also a member of Oregon High School Rodeo, Barrel racers National 4D (BRN4D), and Oregon Barrel Racing Association. Some of her many accomplishments within the past three years include: Top 5 NWYRA Breakaway Roper 2014, Top 5 NWYRA Barrel Racer 2014, Top 5 NWYRA Pole Bender 2014, Top 5 NWYRA Goat Tying 2014, Top 5 Team Roper (Heeling) 2015, Top 5 NWYRA Pole Bender 2015, Top 5 Goat Tying 2015, Top 5 Breakaway Roper 2016 (Ended up 3rd overall, was sitting first until the last rodeo), Barrel Horse News Youth Contributor, Owner of Knot Your Average Halters, 4-Time 4-H State Finals Qualifier (Gaming), Winner of 2016 Professional's Choice Commercial Contest (commercial aired at 2016 NHSRA Finals), Honor Roll student, and 2017 OE Nutraceuticals Youth Team member.


Her goals for this year include qualifying for the NHSRA Finals and the Junior NFR  with 6 yo, Watch Frenchmansdeva.   Hailey likes to inspire others to achieve their goals, trains horses for speed events and has a  big following on instagram. (@pridequine)   She loves everything about her horses and just looking at them makes her joyful.  This hard working young cowgirl is making her way in the horse world!  Welcome Hailey!

Alix Worley

GHO Ambassador-Youth Extreme Mustang Trainer

I am a native of Texas. I began my love of horses as a toddler and at age 4 started riding.  Determined to own my own horse I saved every penny for 5 years and every night prayed for a horse.  At age 9 I bought my first horse and 5 years later at age 14, I own 3 horses.  I am an advocate of natural horsemanship and even at my young age I have trained under some of the best natural trainers like Madison Shambaugh.  In 2016 I was a youth competitor in the Extreme Mustang Makeover.  I trained my horse by myself and for a first time competitor I placed 7th overall, 5th in the freestyle competition and 4th in handling and conditioning.  I am very much looking forward to training my second wild mustang for the 2017 makeover in Fort Worth, Texas.  My goal for 2017 is to be in the top 3 and demonstrate my love for the wild mustangs and the ability to train at liberty this amazing animal!

We are more than thrilled to Sponsor this young cowgirl and welcome her to the Green Horse Family! - Nancy

Haleigh Denny

GHO Sponsored Rider-EMM and OTTB trainer

Haleigh Denny is a 15 year old trainer from Lawrenceburg, KY who has been around horses her whole life. She competes in both English and Western disciplines along with Driving, Extreme Mustang Makeovers, and RRP Thoroughbred Makeovers. She has been riding since the age of 3 and started competing in Hunter/Jumpers at the age of 6. Haleigh believes in developing a horse through their natural abilities from the ground up. She will be training her first OTTB for the RRP Thoroughbred Makeover 2018. They plan to compete throughout the summer and do eventing by the end of the year. She will also compete in her second Extreme Mustang Makeover in 2018. Her future plans are to grow her horsemanship skills, develop the horses she has, and to take a select few of client horses.  

Alana Salas

Youth Sponsored Rider

Hello! My name is Alana Salas! My love for horses began when i was little. Today i have  my dream horse Geronimo. He is a tri colored gaited horse. He has taught me everything i know and what i want to be. I am passionate about saving horses and American mustangs. I have two rescues. Geronimo and my colt Finnick. Rescues are my passion. To me saving a horse is the best thing because your saving a life. My other passion is training horses. I am training my horse Finnick at the moment. He is the first horse I'm training. Since I've started i can't get enough of it. I truly love teaching rescue horses to trust and love again. Mustangs included. My dream is to open a training facility and a rescue facility to save and train horses. Horses are my life and i want to help the ones that need me. My horse Geronimo has inspired me to train horses, want to save horses, want to start a ranch. It all starts with him. My name is Alana Salas and i promote rescueing and saving horses! 

Julia Helbling

GHO Ambassador- Equine Body Work and Massage- NCTMB, ABMP

Julia grew up on a farm in England riding before she could walk; she has spent her life immersed in horse culture,  pony clubbing throughout her childhood, then riding thoroughbreds at the racetracks in America. Her understanding of horses is intuitive, sensitive, at the same time centered and practical.  

Julia loves sharing her passion for Ortho-Bionomy® with people and their animals. She has been studying the bodywork since 2001 and loves creating awareness, while sharing her craft.

  Julia has an amazing touch and intuitive nature that almost defies logic.  I have had her work on my horses and witnessed the dramatic changes in attitude and pain improvements first hand.  I am in awe of her abilities and delighted by her kind delightful personality.  Julia started incorporating Green Horse products in her body work last year and she sees how the horses are accepting of the herbal ingredients and knows how well they work!  


Natalie Berryhill

Sponsored rider

 I am 19 years old from Remus, Michigan. Last year I moved my two horses and I, to Pratt Kansas on scholarship for the Central Plains National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.  My family raced race horses my whole life so I have been around horses since i was a child. I started an interest in rodeo when I was ten and started training my own barrel horses.   Both being mares (grumpy as you can imagine) and being on the road constantly, I have to balance not only their nerves but their health care as well. My girls are both very nervous and sensitive horses. When I first came across your website a year ago, I was looking for an all-natural, horse safe, oil that would soothe my girls when we were at a rodeo.   After trying the Steady Eddy Equine Aromatherapy  I became a big believer in all-natural products!   I began throwing out all chemicals in my horse program. I soon started using your healing touch liniment and your natural fly spray as well on my colts and competitive horses. The biggest difference I noticed of all the products was the liniment. They felt great and it actually seemed to last on their legs noticeably longer than any chemical liniment I've tried.  It is extremely important for hard working horses to stay sound and comfortable. Keeping their legs feeling great so they can go from rodeo to rodeo at the top of their game.  


Just like any horse owner, I want to use the safest and effective products I can to keep these athletes at the top of their game. Many rodeo competitors have this same view, but have yet to experience the organic side of the horse industry. By completely adding GHO to my program, it would allow me to have the safest products on my horses and give me a better piece of mind knowing I'm doing my best for them. I would also be able to guarantee clients that when they bring their training horses to me, they are in the care of the best products as well. I have been so impressed with Green Horse Organics and would be honored to be able to be another positive ambassador.  

Shawna Eveland

Sponsored Youth Rider *Rodeo Queen* Horse trainer

Hi my name is Shawna Eveland I'm a 14 year old barrel racer who loves this sport!! Iv been riding since I was 3 years old and love it so much !! My first real barrel horse was Mocha Jane, an ex NFR horse and I wouldn't trade her for any horse in the world!  Three years later I  bought my 6 year old mare Flo! I trained her with some help from my trainer! I trained her on barrels by my self ! Now she's amazing I absolutely love her! Both of my barrel horses are 1d rodeo horses! About a month ago I went to Kentucky to pick up my blue roan filly that is a year old ! Iv been training her all by my self and she has came so far! My goals are to go pro and I'm getting my jr pro card this year ! I've been the Troy Rodeo princess and Troy rodeo jr queen . This year I will be running for miss teen rodeo Missouri! I'm so happy to be a part of you team ! ❤️❤️

Kali Greenlee

Sponsored Rider

Kali Greenlee, is a 20 year old barrel racer from Ohio. She has been competing with NBHA for many years, and plans to never quit. She found her love for horses at a very young age when she got her first miniature horse. Kali is a 14x NBHA Youth World Qualifier, 9x NBHA Open World Qualifier, 2015 NBHA Youth World Finalist, 2x NBHA Ohio State Championship Finalist, Battle for Buck$ Open Qualifier, and many more! 


Follow her journey on Instagram @ohio_barrelracer 

Rebecca Sky Rosell

GHO Amassador-Limitless Trainer and owner of Blue Rose Equestrian

Rebecca Rosell is an accomplished equestrian with dual dressage and natural horsemanship training and riding skills. Originally from Miami, FL, she transported her horse across the country in 2009 to attend Art Center College of Design on a full scholarship. Since then, she has helped numerous people retrain and salvage off-the-track thoroughbreds as well as introduce green youngsters to a life under saddle the natural way. Left to her own devices at an early age she developed this instinctual horsemanship style by watching horses in pasture and then mimicking their signals in the round pen using various strategies. Her self-teaching took a giant step forward when at age 13 she was gifted a 3 year old, tall, black, Arabian ‘tease’ stallion. Over the next several years the two learned each other’s language and in doing so her horse went from a threatening, rearing in attack- mode youngster to a stable, happy rearing-on-command Liberty-show competitor. Since arriving in California, they have both continued their education in the dressage arena, impressing all with their quick grasp and implementation of the commands and movements required of the sport. Rebecca has been able to share much of what she and the Arab have learned together to help other green, difficult and/or traumatized horses. She takes it as her personal mission to give these animals tools to ensure a successful future.  

 Besides her Arab, Rebecca also credits an array of trainers she has worked with for helping her perfect her communicating with horses -  Flora-Jean Weiss, Maggie Broekman, Stephen Birchall, Steve Boyles, MaryBeth Clock-Perez and the list goes on. And she is deeply grateful to Oscar Garcia for the opportunity to work at Santa Race Track, where she fell in love with Thoroughbreds in general and one in particular. Rebecca now hopes to showcase the ability and heart of the Thoroughbred breed by her training, showing, and performance of her newly acquired TB.At the same time she is working towards a national title in Arabian Sport Horse dressage. Her dream is to take her Black Arab to Grand Prix.

This young woman is the whole package-pretty sure their is N0thing she cant do!  Talent, patience, natural horse ability, and never give up attitude!  Im just over the moon having Rebecca represent Green Horse and share her love of all natural horse care.

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