Rebecca Langwost-Barlow is a USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medalist and one of the first USDF certified trainers to Fourth Level. She was a world-ranked Grand Prix rider on her self-trained Dutch gelding Gomerant. As the first recipient of the Dressage Foundation Scholarship, she trained under the renowned Olympian Dr. Reiner Klimke and Rolf Isselhorst in Germany. She also trained with Michael Klimke, Willy Arts, Conrad Schumacher, Hans Juergen Armbrose, Rudolf Zeilinger, Georg Theodorescu and is presently training with internationally acclaimed trainers: Morten Thomsen and Christoph Hess. Becky is a USDF Certified Instructor and has a 5 Star Rider Rating. Becky is also a USDF L Judge, who graduated with distinction and just recently, was the Expert Commentator at Dressage at Devon 2017. Becky is a frequent contributor to Dressage Today, Practical Horseman and other local publications as well as serving as a training and showing expert for many national magazines. She is featured in the book, Rhythm Riding: A Guide to Riding with Music by CeCe & Frank Maddlone. Libertina, her Hanoverian mare, is successfully competing at Grand Prix.
Becky has started many equine youngsters and has trained and shown horses to FEI levels including Grand Prix.