Amy Causey began riding as a child in multiple disciplines. She gained experience is western horsemanship and saddle seat equitation before she found her love of hunt seat where she could finally jump over things in the correct saddle. In high school, Amy won a 3 year old Arabian gelding in an essay contest. Because she loved to jump, she trained him to be a working hunter and jumper and the team won numerous regional and national titles at Arabian breed shows. Amy earned an equine science degree at Colorado State University where she competed on the IHSA team in hunt seat and western. Amy continued to develop her skills in the hunters and jumpers by working for Joe Fargis in FL and Corky Shaha in CO. She also continued to train Arabian sport horses and opened her own business in CO in 2000. Amy obtained her USEF judge's licenses in hunter, jumper, and hunt seat equitation in 2008. She also has her judge's card in the Arabian division. When Amy moved to TX to relocate closer to her husband's family, she began working for Equest Therapuetic Horsemanship and earned her Master Level Instructor certification. Amy continues to judge hunters, jumpers, hunt seat equitation, and Arabian sport horse shows while she directs the Equest program.