Meet Tiffany Catledge

I started as a working student for Deana Vaughn when I was 18. I was riding anything I could sit on but had only a handful of good lessons prior to coming to work for her.  It was tough in the beginning but it was exactly what I needed.  I worked for Deana for sixteen years before starting my own business.   

I didn’t get my first horse until I was 22; she was a Christmas present from my parents, grandparents and Deana. 

The most important lesson that mare and Deana taught me was "if I didn’t throw caution to the wind and just do it, I might as well get off.”  That lecture went a long way.   Since then I've competed, placed, and won from Beginner Novice to Intermediate on more then 50 horses.  I've brought along young horses of all breeds from their first day under saddle, successfully competing in recognized events and dressage competitions as well as local and rated hunter/jumper shows. 

In addition to breaking and training, I have a unique ability to match riders and horses. There is nothing more exciting to me than seeing horses I've started (or restarted) go on to be successful, happy partners with their new or current owners.  

Allforit Farm is dedicated to developing horses and riders; I work with each as individuals and the result enables the combination to achieve their riding goals whatever that may be. 

 I enjoy teaching riders of all ages. Come by on a weekend and you may catch us on our way to an event where a young rider is doing their first preliminary level competition, an adult amateur is on their way to a recognized dressage show, or one of our juniors is on their way to a local or rated Hunter Show.  I think one of the farm's best aspects is the variety of riding that is accomplished.