TODD TREWIN – PRESIDENT Todd represented the US in the sport of eventing as a member of the US Olympic team in Barcelona, Spain in 1992. Today Todd runs an active training program, competes locally, and designs/builds cross country courses. He and his wife Tracey operate their own boarding and training property in Carnation.
MITCH WILLIAMS – VICE PRESIDENT and KITTITAS COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE Mitch owned MF Williams Construction Company for 35 years and was a state director with the Building Industry Association of WA. He has competed in reining and cutting and is a 20 year member of Ellensburg Rodeo Gold Buckle club. He, his wife Julie and their family live on their ranch in Ellensburg.
TOM DENT – STATE REPRESENTATIVE Tom has been a professional pilot since 1976 following a career in rodeo and as a working cowboy. He participates in many professional and community organizations in addition to serving as a state representative. He and his wife Dayna raise grass-fed beef, bison and hay on their ranch in Moses Lake.
MARK ENGLIZIAN Mark is a seasoned organization leader with non-profit boards and has 25 years experience as a human resources executive in the retail, technology, and hospitality industries. Mark and his wife Carol live in Kittitas County where they ride recreationally.
KATHLEEN HORNER Kathleen brings more than 30 years of business leadership and marketing experience to the Board, and is an active community leader in Kittitas County. She and her husband Bryan retired to Cle Elum where she is very active in economic development and social services.
JUDY WARNICK – STATE SENATOR Judy has shown English, dressage and western disciplines and served as a 4-H leader for 20 years in Grant County. In her free time, Judy and her husband, Roy, own five horses and a mule at their home in Moses Lake.
KIM WITTY Kim has lifelong experience with horses in ranching, roping and rodeo, and has won national titles in reined cow horse competitions. He and his wife Deb, who specializes in training and judging Arabian horses, operate their business in Ellensburg.
Denise is owner and head trainer of Farpoint Farm’s hunter/jumper barn. Having ridden, worked for and done clinics with many top trainers, over the past 30 years she and her riders have won many hunter and jumper, eventing and Welsh pony awards. Several former students have gone on to compete at the National level and have become trainers themselves. For fun she also enjoys mountain trail, foxhunting and driving miniature horses.STEVEN BRAND
Steve brings more than 32
years of State Parks experience to the Board with 28 years of that time in park
operations as a Ranger and Region Manager plus 3 years in long range parks
planning. In his
current role as Partnership and Planning Program Manager, Steve works with a
variety of State Parks partner organizations including equestrian groups such
as the Bridle Trails Foundation and Lake Washington Saddle Club. Steve
and his wife Christy currently live in the Olympia area.
As a third-generation equestrian, Shelly has competed coast-to-coast with hunters and jumpers winning the regional ASPCA Maclay Finals and finishing in the top ten in the West Coast standings of the World Cup Circuit. She founded Legacy Hunters and Jumpers in 1985 and specializes in cultivating junior/amateur students and young horses. Shelly trains and teaches at Legacy in Woodinville while keeping up a very active competition schedule up and down the west coast.