Ambassador Lindsey Partridge
Lindsey Partridge has been riding since she was 8 years old, started coaching natural horsemanship at the age of 16, and published her first book ‘Natural Horsemanship: Answering the What, Why, and How for All Disciplines‘ when she was just 23 years old.
Lindsey is dedicated to life-long learning and helping others connect with their horses.
She is a Horse Human Relationship Expert, and on top of her equestrian accomplishments Lindsey is also a Registered Nurse and a huge advocate for wearing helmets.
An accomplished student, trainer, and competitor, Lindsey has been called ‘Canada’s Horse Whisperer’ by the Toronto Star, and ‘The Queen of Thoroughbreds’ by The Rider.
Owner of Partridge Horse Hill, founder of Harmony Horsemanship™, President of the Natural Horsemanship Association, a Horse Wrangler for feature films, a 2021, 2016, and 2015 Thoroughbred makeover champion, a 2019 Mustang TIP Challenge champion, and has won many awards and titles for Extreme Cowboy Racing, Jumpers, and Horse Training.
Lindsey came to us in 2018 in hopes of partnering with IRH because she loves our helmets, and was using our helmets in her riding school because she appreciates our selection of breathable, adjustable, and affordable schooling helmets.
Currently Lindsey travels around the US and Canada with her Off-The-Track Thoroughbreds and Mustang rescues, exhibiting her skills in Makeover competitions, Bridle-less riding, teaching riders how to train your horse for movies, among other exciting demonstrations, all while promoting helmet safety in the IRH helmets.
You can find out more about Lindsey Partridge and Harmony Horsemanship here!