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FEEC Owner


Joanna, originally from Sheffield, England, had a childhood passion for horses and gymnastics. Encouraged to focus on the latter, she followed in her sister's footsteps, becoming a junior and senior International gymnast for Great Britain. She later earned a full NCAA gymnastics scholarship to Pennsylvania State University. Joanna remained in the United States, where she pursued her degree in Russian Technical Translation. After her son Max's interest in horses was sparked during a visit to the Kentucky Horse Park, Joanna embraced her passion and enrolled at a local equestrian center.

FEEC Owner


Richard was born in Zambia and raised in Rhodesia which was, at the time, under British Colonial rule, as his father was head of the British Police out there. Richard was sent to boarding school where English riding was part of the curriculum. Upon graduation from  Boarding School Richard was sent to England to join the  Household Cavalry Regiment of the British Army where he served for 5 years. Richard moved to the United in 1986 and has been running a successful contracting business in Naples Florida for 30 years.  With Richards's extensive knowledge of  Horsemanship, it seemed a natural progression for him to help his life partner, Joanna,  in opening this new and exciting facility in the Bonita Springs area.

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FEEC Trainers


Alexander is now trained by Grand Prix Showjumper Diego Mushondt and  Grand Prix Dressage rider Kati Dagge, both who have helped him make great strides in the sport competing at both Foxlea Farm and in Wellington at the Winter Equestrian Festival. Both Kati and Diego will be holding monthly training  clinics for interested riders. 

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