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Patience Prine-Carr
F.E.I. Rider - Trainer

December 1965

Patience has been riding horses her entire life.

As the primary trainer at Glynnsong, she is well known in the horse show arena. She has trained in Germany under Olympic Champion Trainer, Hans Biss. In addition, she has worked with some of the top trainers in the country in a variety of disciplines.
• Arabians: Gene and Ray La Croix
• Jumping: George Morris
• Eventing: Bea and Derek DiGrazia
• Grand Prix Dressage: Lynn Roberts Johnson, Pam Nelson, and Juan Matute (of Spain).

Primary Dressage Coach, Heidi Gaian

Patience has trained horses in Brazil. Also, Patience has earned the U.S.D.F. Bronze and Silver medals and now GOLD medal in Dressage—all on Arabians. She has trained and shown her own horses as well as clients' horses to many National and Regional Championships in Hunter Pleasure, Jumpers, English Pleasure, Dressage and Side Saddle. She trains in all disciplines but specializes in the Arabian Sport Horse. Patience now has over 15 National Championships and Reserves in ALL Levels of Dressage from Training Level to Grand Prix. She is the only Gold Medal Arabian Trainer on the West Coast.

Juan Matute, 3 times Olympian and 6 times National Champion of Spain,
has said of Patience: "You have become a beautiful, classical rider with much feel."

Training at Glynnsong emphasizes starting a horse
the right way—without fear or intimidation.
Our goal is to develop the horses in Dressage basics,
with kindness, understanding and patience,
thus turning the horses into confident, happy athletes,
ready to perform in whatever discipline is suited to their abilities.

Patience, 2-1/2 years of age, at her uncle's ranch in Wyoming
with her grandparents Ed & Toni Hamm.


Patience at 7 years of age
riding her favorite mount, Billy.

National Champion Angelia++, winning English Pleasure Open Champion in Bakersfield, 1970.


Patience riding *Bask in 1976 at Lasma


Riding cross country in Carmel Valley on Shahana in 1977.


Saddlebred "Sock It to 'Em," owned by the Hills,
winning Side Saddle Champion at the Cow Palace, 1996.



"Hard work really does pay off!"

Glynnsong Farmspatience4444@cruzio.com831-238-6559

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