JENNIFER IS AN EVENTING 5-STAR VETERAN, IV USEA ICP CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR, AND PONY CLUB TRADITIONAL ‘B’ RATED GRADUATE.
Jennifer’s experience includes traveling internationally and competing at the top level of the sport 2006 through 2013 aboard a horse she produced from the ground up, The Good Witch. They were shortlisted for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, and the highest placed Americans at multiple European competitions. The Good Witch was named USEA’s Highest Placed Mare in 2008.
After The Good Witch retired, Jennifer decided to focus on teaching and training. While campaigning The Good Witch, Jennifer taught clinics internationally and discovered a passion for teaching. She combined her training and teaching skills into Trinity Eventing, Inc.
The name for Trinity Eventing came from Jennifer’s mom, Nancy. After walking the Kentucky 5-star cross country course the first year Jennifer competed, Nancy said “You’re going to need the father, son and Holy Spirit behind you to get around this course.” Jennifer and The Good Witch flew around the course and finished 7th out of 67 pairs that year, and the name Trinity Eventing seemed only too fitting.
Horses are a family affair these days. Jennifer’s husband, Andres Macouzet, DVM, specializes in equine sports medicine at Northwest Equine Performance in Mulino, Oregon. Andres earned his degree in his native Mexico City where he worked closely with top equine athletes in both Show Jumping and Dressage.
Jennifer and Andres along with their son Santiago enjoy traveling and working at horse shows together as a family.
"I have been using RevitaVet system in my barn for over 20 years. It’s a staple in my program. I have rehabbed countless Performance horses with this system and used it for daily maintenance to support horses in my training program. I love all the implements that have been developed over the years. Very easy to use the system and horses greatly appreciate their seasons with RevitaVet. "