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From the North: Arlington and Manchester

Go South on Rt. 7A. Turn right onto West Mountain Rd and follow for 1.8 miles. Continue straight, onto LaClair Rd. for .5 miles. Turn right into driveway and proceed to rear barn.


From Rt. 7, points north

Exit Rt 7 at Exit 3, Rt. 313. Take Rt. 313 to end and turn left onto Rt. 7A for 5.8 miles. Turn right onto West Mountain Rd and follow for 1.8 miles. Continue straight, onto LaClair Rd. for .5 miles. Turn right into driveway and proceed to rear barn.


From the South: Bennington

Take U.S. Route 7 north out of Bennington. Exit at Exit 2, and turn right onto Route 7A. Follow for 4.2 miles and turn left onto West Mountain Rd. Follow for 1.8 miles. Continue straight, onto LaClair Rd. for .5 miles. Turn right into driveway and proceed to rear barn.


From the West: Hoosick, NY

Turn onto NY Rt. 7 East (Mapletown Rd.) for 2.4 miles. Continue onto VT Rt. 279 (Bennington Bypass) for 3.2 miles. Take exit for U.S. Route 7 north out of Bennington. Exit at Exit 2, and turn right onto Route 7A. Follow for 4.2 miles and turn left onto West Mountain Rd. Follow for 1.8 miles. Continue straight, onto LaClair Rd. for .5 miles. Turn right into driveway and proceed to rear barn.


 

 

 

 


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Rebecca Cowden Testimonials


Rebecca Cowden comes with a lifetime of pure equestrian devotion, passion and education. She has pursued her career with horses in several directions: her own riding talents, studying with international trainers and current international competitors; she has also developed a unique and special talent in instruction to riders of all ages, levels and abilities. It is rare to experience this magnitude of experience and knowledge with a soft, clear and effective manner.


I have the pleasure of inviting her to my farm not only for my own training but for all of my students benefits as well. She offers simple, correct and up to date use of exercises, movements and aids that always benefits our horses. I give her my highest recommendation.
Renee Vanderwerken




To whom it may concern,

I have had the great privilege of meeting and learning from Rebecca Cowden as an Equine Clinician for the past 5 years. She has come to Shanderhof Farm in Shaftsbury, Vermont as a guest instructor, and is one of our favorites. Shanderhof is owned and operated by David and Renee Vanderwerken. Their daughter, Meggi, was a co -worker of Becky's at a barn in New Jersey.


Becky is a wonderful instructor and rider. She is very good with people and I value my friendship with her very highly.


If you wish to contact me for any further questions about Rebecca, I can be reached through Shanderhof Farm’s website at www.Shanderhof-Farm.com.
Susan M. Green