Abbie Gibson began riding and showing at the age of 8. After enjoying much success in the equitation ring as a junior she went on to ride for the Skidmore College Equestrian Team. During her time there she helped the team to place consistently in the top 3 at IHSA nationals as well as obtaining individual top 3 placings. After graduating Abbie went on to be the assistant coach for the Savannah College of Art and Design’s Equestrian Team. There she helped coach the team to multiple national championships in the IHSA, ANRC, and Tournament of Champions.
In 2019, Abbie moved to Pennsylvania where she started riding professionally as the assistant coach for Troy Hendrix before starting her own business in 2020.
In 2021, Abbie went on to claim a championship title at the All American Quarter Horse Congress in the Green Working Hunter.
In 2022, She earned the world championship title in the Level 2 Senior Working Hunter as well as top 3 placings in the Working Hunter Derby at Congress and Top 10 finishes as the NSBA World Show.
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