Kaleidoscope Farm is located in the scenic Vermont hills on 33 acres, with miles of open fields. The farm has been in operation since Our facilities feature a large indoor riding arena, a peaceful outdoor dressage arena, outdoor turnout, and a vast network of trails.
Meet the Team
Dedication. Expertise. Passion.
Katherine Bruce has grown up Riding many different breeds of horses. She’s participated in 4-H and pony club and has evented through the preliminary level. She is A USDF bronze, silver and gold medalist and is currently competing two horses at Grand Prix. She has trained a number of horses thru Prix st George and intermediare . These relationships were cultivated over years of training by her at Kaleidoscope Farm and brought thru the levels. She had dabbled in breeding horses and has recently qaulified her horse Georgio, bred, raised, and trained at kaleidoscope farm at intermediare I to go to the nationals in Kentucky.
In addition, she has graduated from the USDF “L” program for judge training and attended many USDF training clinics. She has also been president of the Central Vt Dressage association and on the board of NEDA during which she organized clinics for USDF instructor training certification.
She has helped several students toward achieving their goals of bronze and silver medals on a variety of different breeds of horses. She has a successful training and teaching program that has benefited many riders. As an instructor, she works towards achieving independent, happy, well-rounded students that ride both in and out of the ring and compete successfully if so desired.
Katherine is passionate about striving to continue her education in teaching, training, competing, and judging. She works regularly with a number of FEI instructors and judges to further her knowledge and works to host clinics to benefit the community.