Equestrian Team CoachesSulu Rose-Reed From the beginning, Sulu Rose-Reed’s road was headed toward equestrian sport. Rose-Reed has taken her family legacy (both her mother and her grandfather were coaches of international show jumping teams) and made it her own; as a young rider she rode hunters as well as jumpers. She qualified for the Zone 4 Prix De States junior jumper team in 1988. After a family move from Albany, Georgia back to Richmond, Virginia, she qualified for the Zone 3 Prix De States in 1989. Rose-Reed continued riding throughout high school. After graduating in 1991, she moved to Merida, Mexico to take the job of head trainer at Club Hippico Del Sureste, a riding club in Merida. There she organized shows and updated the approach taken to horse sport in Yucatan and taught many children and adults to ride and enjoy horses. After two years in Merida, Rose-Reed moved back to Richmond where she has been based since 1993. She spent 14 years working at her mother’s farm, The Galloping Field, in Manakin, Virginia before buying Stillmeadows Farm with Derek Reed. Rose-Reed has had many successes in her 22 years of horse showing including 10 Grand Prix wins. Her partnership with Derek has led to continued success. Tracey Harmon Tracey Harmon is the assistant trainer at Reed Training and Sales at Stillmeadows Farm. Harmon starting riding at the age of seven at The Galloping Field with Rose-Reed and her mom, Gail Thompson. She continued to ride with them throughout her junior career. After college, Harmon could not seem to give up the sport she loved so much, and took a job at the Galloping Field working for Thompson, where she bought and sold horses to help support her showing. After working for Thompson for several years, she moved north to Massachusetts to take a job with River Wind Farm. There she prepared horses for the show ring, exercised horses and managed the barn. Harmon returned to Virginia in 2009 and took over the job as assistant trainer. She is a beautiful rider and an excellent teacher. She is admired for her patient way with both students and horses.