Our Judges

Jessie Ginsburg

Jessie is currently a USEF-licensed “r” dressage judge.  She has been judging schooling shows since passing the L program with distinction in 2010.  As a dressage rider, she has earned her USDF Bronze and Silver Medals and her Bronze Freestyle bar.



Samantha Allan

Samantha Allan has competed at the Advanced and International levels of eventing, and has competed through 4th level at USDF competitions. She is a USEF licensed Eventing Judge (r) and USEF licensed Eventing Technical Delegate( r ). She is also a USDF Bronze medalist, USPC ‘A’ Graduate, and USEA FEH Committee member. She continues to train, coach and compete in eventing, show jumping and dressage. Samantha judged the USEA Future Event Horse Championships East and West in 2015 and 2016, and has coached riders into the upper levels of Eventing. Samantha has a true love for young horses and enjoys the entire training process. She has started horses under saddle for competition, racing, foxhunting, and pleasure. Samantha believes that a happy, correct foundation for a young horse has a significant impact on a horse’s success. In addition to training, Samantha loves teaching and enjoys helping riders achieve their goals with horses no matter how big or small. Samantha is based out of Allan & Clover Sport Horses in Groveland, FL.

Aviva Nebesky

Aviva Nebesky earned her Bronze medal in 2004 and went on graduate from the “L” Program with distinction in 2006. Coming to riding in her 30s, Aviva brings a different perspective to her judging and teaching focusing on the bio mechanics of rider and horse. A popular schooling show judge, clinician, and instructor, she has taken her students, training horses, and her own horses to numerous shows and championships.


Kim Meier

In her riding days, Kim was a 4*event rider and a USDF bronze
and silver medalist, both on home breds. Most of her horses have been
related to her first advanced horse since the mid 80’s. She is a USEA
Associate dressage judge and has been judging since pony club
and through the three-star event tests.