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Rachel Eubanks
Rachel is a Florida girl who now calls the Pacific Northwest home. Caring for, riding and training horses has been a lifelong passion. She started her career as a Herd Health Specialist at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo. Her responsibilities included working with the Zoo's 13 Haflinger horses, driving carriage, and developing the curriculum and teaching at their summer riding camps.


She also worked as Caretaker and Herd Manager at TimbeRidge Equestrian facility in Dade City, Fla. where she helped train equine rescue and rehabilitation projects.


Since coming to the Pacific Northwest, Rachel has apprenticed as a

herd health tech and assistant instructor at The Horsemanship School in Woodinville, Wash.


She came to NWNHC, as a student, seeking to learn more about natural horsemanship. Her passion for knowledge, her amazing relationship with even the most difficult horses and her innate talent for teaching were soon recognized and she was asked to join the NWNHC team.