Specializing in classical dressage methods as preserved over the centuries for the good of both horse and rider.



About Sarah Casey

At 7 years of age Sarah discovered her mother's old riding helmet and bat which had been carefully hidden in her grandparents basement.  Shortly after for her 8th birthday she began riding lessons at a local stable on a steady grey Arabian mare.  Right from day one she was exposed to riding and working with all types of horses from Saddlebreds to Warmbloods and Akhal Tekes to Lipizzans.   The earliest years were spent primarily learning and competing in the Hunter/Jumper disciplines.  Around age 11 she had her first dressage lesson with Hubert Rohrer, who at that time was an FEI dressage judge and formerly from the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.  Thus the seed was planted for her lifelong devotion to the art and practice of classical training for the good of the horse and rider.  


  • Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg

  • Andreas Hausberger

  • Marius Schreiner

  • Helmut Oberhauser

  • Herwig Radnetter

  • Hubert Rohrer

  • Klaus Fraessdorf





Life Time Events & Accomplishments

  • Decades spent participating and performing nationwide in numerous quadrille teams, both dressage and over fences at venues such as Midwest Horse Fair, Equitana, American Trakehner Association Stallion Approvals, Equine Affaire, US Lipizzan Association Annual Convention and other smaller events.

  • 2003 Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) National Championship (Hunt Seat Equitation)

    • National Reserve Champion Under Saddle

    • 4th place National Over Fences

  • 2004 BS-Zoology at University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • 2005 Formation of Waltzing Horse Farm in New Berlin, NY

    • 2007-2010 host/rider in clinics with Marius Schreiner, Bereiter of Spanish Riding School

    • 2011-2016 host/rider in clinics with Andreas Hausberger, Chief Rider of Spanish Riding School

    • 2018-present host/rider in clinics with Helmut Oberhauser, Bereiter of Spanish Riding School

  • Horses received for training both nationwide and internationally.



USDF Bronze (2013)

USDF Silver (2014)

50% scores for USDF Gold (2014)


*Silver and Gold medal scores attained on first effort at each level, while earning career high scores at each level for the horse ridden.