Arlene “Tuny” Page is one of the United States’ most successful Dressage riders. She has had numerous wins in the FEI Grand Prix arena, which has earned her a ranking among the world’s best. In 2006 Tuny was the U.S. Freestyle Champion and the U.S. Representative to the FEI World Cup. Tuny was also an alternate to the 2006 World Equestrian Games Team and in 2007 was the U.S. representative at CHIO Aachen. Tuny’s two current mounts, Alina and Woodstock, competed internationally in 2013 with top finishes in numerous CDI competitions throughout Europe including a berth on the USA Silver Medal Nations Cup Team in Hickstead, England. Alina is currently ranked in the top six U.S. horses preparing for the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France. Tuny serves the dressage community on the USET Foundation Board of Trustees and the USEF High Performance and Active Athlete Committee.
Tuny Page, owns and operates Stillpoint Farm in Wellington, Florida, a dressage training facility that provides a superior environment for the development of top sport horses and their riders. A number of internationally known riders and trainers thrive under the professionalism and team spirit fostered at Stillpoint Farm including trainer, Oded Shimoni and Olympic Dressage coach Robert Dover. Tuny has also capitalized on training opportunities with great trainers such as Klaus Balkenhol, Kyra Kyrkland, Jurgen Koschel, and Hubertus Schmidt.
Tuny is a proud endorser and user of Masters Circle™ hay. As a competitive rider and trainer, she realizes the importance of feeding sport horses high quality feed packed with nutrition that supports good health and performance. If top Dressage riders like Tuny Page choose Masters Circle™, why shouldn’t you?
To learn more about Tuny Page and Stillpoint Farm, visit http://stillpointfarmdressage.com/.
"As a competitive rider and trainer, she realizes the importance of feeding sport horses high quality feed packed with nutrition that supports good health and performance. "