Assistant Beginner Trainer
Congratulations to Mary for becoming a USHJA Certified Trainer!
Elizabeth Renshaw was hired at City View Equestrian, LLC in 2016 where she proved to be a huge asset to the barn. We supported her growth through the years as she graduated from Binghamton University and competed on their Equestrian Team.
Since graduating in 2018, Elizabeth has worked at City View as a part time trainer and assistant. She strives to teach the basics and provide a safe, fun environment for beginner riders and children.
Original Location - Established in 2011 in Scottsville, NY
City View Equestrian, LLC was established in 2011 in Scottsville, NY. Our goal is to provide a safe, friendly and professional atmosphere that helps riders of all ages and levels to grow and learn at their own rate. Our training is centered around the Hunter Jumper show world. Although we are a show barn, we do not require our lesson students to attend competitions and welcome everyone.
Our name originated from our humble starter facilities (pictured above). Our barn was set atop a large hill that gave us a breath taking 360 degree view of the Bristol mountains and Down Town Rochester.
City View Equestrian, LLC boasts it's new facility located in Bloomfield, NY directly outside of Rochester, NY. This new facility has all the luxuries that any horse owner could hope for. With a large outdoor and indoor arena, acres of pastures, large box stalls bedded heavily with pine shavings, heated lounges, indoor washstall, and much more - we're very excited to offer our services to the public!
Check back regularly to view our ongoing renovations and expansions.
Mary has been involved with the horse world in Rochester, NY for over 20 years. Her life long passion inspired the opening of City View Equestrian, LLC in June 2011. Originally starting in the American Quarter Horse Association western pleasure circuit, Mary had a long and successful show career competing in the Palomino Breeder shows, American Quarter horse shows and local competitions. After being introduced to the Hunter Jumper circuit, Mary found herself with a new love and switched to the PHA circuit. Over the years,
Mary has been involved with the following trainers, organizations and teams.