Megan Lawler has been with Northridge Farm since 2013.  She trains and instructs the beginner rider, both children and adults, in the foundations of good horsemanship.   Riding instruction begins on the lunge line with the goal towards independent riding. Minimum age for beginning students is 9.  

Contact Megan for more information and availability.


Sarah Berkowitz 

Nancy Kraus Womack has been teaching and training since she established Northridge Farm in 1988.  She earned her Silver Medal and graduated from the USDF "L Judge with Distinction" in 1998.   Nancy trained primarily with Arlene Rigdon of Freedom Hill Farm and has worked with Clinicians, Charles DeKunffy, Steffen Peters and others.  She currently trains with Bonny Bonnello, Canadian Olympic rider and trainer out of Calgary, Alberta.  

Nancy has developed many horses and riders to their full potential and has trained and taught through Grand Prix.  Although Nancy has retired from showing she continues to ride her Prix St. George horse, Drambuie.  

Nancy is not currently taking new students.  

​​Lessons and Training

Beginners and Children 


Independent Instructor

Contact Information 

Phone: (208)316-1212


Associate Instructor

Sarah is a native of the Kansas City area where she graduated as an HA member of the Mill Creek Pony Club.  After graduating college, Sarah moved to Idaho where she established Bell Mountain Eventing.  She competed her homebred mare on the West Coast through Intermediate and 3* levels of Eventing.  Sarah has coached riders through Intermediate Level Eventing and B level in Pony Club.  She has also trained many young horses and Thoroughbreds in the disciplines of Eventing and Dressage. 

Sarah operates her business, Bell Mountain Eventing, out of Northridge Farm.  She enjoys training teaching and coaching riders and horses of all ages and experience. 

To schedule lessons/training, contact Sarah Berkowitz at:


"Riding is an ongoing, never-ending, challenging process.  That aspect makes riding so intelligent and significant an effort.  One merely strives, one never arrives."

~Charles de Kunffy~