ABOUT KERI KAMPSEN
Originally from Tampa, Florida, Keri Kampsen rode with Christina Schlusemeyer and Bob Braswell at Quiet Hill Farm as a Junior. She won multiple ribbons in the major equitation finals, including a first in the 1997 ASPCA Maclay Final, second in the 1998 North American Equitation Championships, fourth in the 1998 AHSA Medal Final and sixth in the WIHS Equitation Classic. She also rode Monticello to the 1996 Large Junior Hunter and Overall Junior Hunter Horse of the Year titles. Since then, she has won multiple championships and horse of the year titles in the hunter divisions as well as ribbons in the grand prix ring.
After graduating from New York University with a bachelor’s degree in economics, Keri took a private training job working for a family in California before starting her own business in Los Angeles. She later returned to the East Coast and reopened her family’s business, Two Goals Farm, named for its two equestrian goals: jumping and polo (her father played polo and her brother, Kris Kampsen, is a professional polo player).
Now based in Wellington, Florida, Keri and her business partner, Lexy Reed, specialize in the training and sales of hunters, jumpers and equitation horses. Keri also teaches riders of all levels. Her clients earned numerous top ribbons during the 2017 and 2018 Winter Equestrian Festival seasons.
Since receiving her U.S. Equestrian Federation “R” judging license in hunters and equitation in 2013, she has officiated at many competitions.