Chloe Smyth

Three-Star Competitor, U-25 USEF Team

 

Chloe Smyth grew up in Poway, California, she began riding in both English and Western disciplines becoming a well-rounded equestrian at a young age. Chloe became involved in Pony club eventually graduating as a C-2. At the age of 15, she became a working student in Ireland to brothers and Olympic riders, Trevor and Steven Smith. Chloe was fortunate to return home with “C.S.I.” a then 5-year-old Irish sport horse/holsteiner gelding who has been instrumental in her career. She and CSI have competed through the 3* level together. In high school, Chloe competed on her schools show jumping team at the 3’9-4’0 level, during which time, she won the Victor-Hugo-Vidal scholarship award for equine knowledge and horsemanship. Since then Chloe has consistently worked with top trainers such as Tamie Smith, Nicholia Clarke, and Phillip Dutton. In 2016 Chloe was chosen to be a part of the USEF U-25 developing rider team where she worked with Leslie Law and David O Connor. Chloe has trained multiple horses up through the FEI levels as well as competing at multiple venues around the United States including The American Eventing Championships. Chloe believes that each horse is unique and caters her program to each individual so they can perform at their best. Chloe is equally as passionate about her student’s success.
Aside from running White Horse Eventing, Chloe is the Kennel man and first professional whip to the Sante Fe Hunt, a foxhunting club located in Temecula California.

A few of Chloe’s recent accomplishments include:

  • Galway Downs – Intermediate, Stag Party -1st place
  • Twin Rivers – Intermediate, Stag Party- 5th place
  • Copper Meadows – CIC3*, C.S.I. -6th place
  • Galway Downs – CCI2*, C.S.I. – 7th place
  • Copper Meadows – Advanced, C.S.I. – 4th place
  • Galway Downs – ON- Danny Boy – 2nd place
  • Galway Downs – ON- Flirtini – 3rd place
  • Galway Downs – OP – Stag Party- 6th Place