July 2021 - Windsor Welcomes Laura Guajardo Brown
Written by by Cheryl Erpelding
Friday, 02 July 2021 02:24
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by Cheryl Erpelding

Windsor Equestrian Center in East San Diego County underwent a change of ownership two years and ago and is steadily making improvements to the grounds and building its riding school and training program.


Last month Laura Guajardo Brown joined the team as the head trainer. She is a lifelong horsewoman and was born in Mexico where she learned to ride and came up through the levels in three day eventing even making the Mexican Three Day Equestrian Team for the 1987 Pan Am Games. She flew with the team to the event, but was pulled from the squad at the last moment for another male military rider. If she had competed with the team, she would have been the first female rider and civilian to have done so. She went clear at the event and rode as an independent international rider. Laura also competed in the 80s at Rolex at the Advanced level under her former married name Laura Antmann. She has also completed many FEI level courses and has taught and trained in Mexico several Olympic level horses and riders.

Laura also is a huge fan of Friesians and owns a stallion named Camelot De Audibert. He is a five time world champion whom Laura adores and loves to perform with.

Laura brings a lifelong experience in the horse world and enjoys bringing horses along. She is currently training some of the Windsor horses that are for sale and she enjoys teaching the riding school riders.

Windsor offers lessons in both English and Western on quality lesson horses. The facility also has several nice horses for sale.

 

Laura enjoys performing with her 5 time World Champion Friesian Stallion Camelot. Visit her website: www.FriesianStallionCamelot.com

Laura competed at the Advanced Three Day Level at Rolex back in the 80s under her married name Laura G. De Antmann on Agamernon. She previously competed a stallion named Fina Estampa as Laura Guajardo Brown in 1986. Laura competed for 20 years in eventing and has trained five horses to the advanced level.

Laura rode as an international rider at the 1987 Pan Am Games, but not as a member of the Mexican team.

Laura Guajardo Brown with the Mexican Olympic Team in 1987. Although she made the team as the first female and civilian, she was pulled out at the last moment by the Chef d'Equipe for another Mexican rider.

Laura schooling a nice mare that will be offered for sale soon in Windsor's large lighted arena.

Windsor Equestrian has a busy riding school program with solid lesson horses to help new riders learn how to ride both English and Western style of riding.

Windsor has undergone many improvements including this nice clubhouse for the facility.

Laura Guajardo Brown bringing along a green prospect that will be offered for sale soon.