Throughout her career Marie has trained many horses to Grand Prix and many riders to FEI. She has been a member of the US Equestrian Team, including the 1990 World Championships. She is well-known as an excellent coach and helps amateurs and professionals achieve their goals in competition and training. Marie enjoys matching horses and riders, and has created a niche for selling super amateur mounts.
Marisa is a well known FEI rider and trainer on the West Coast, and has also been a member of the US Equestrian Team, winning Team Gold and Individual Bronze Medals at the 2011 Pan American Games. Marisa loves competing, teaching, and preparing the sale horses for prospective buyers. She also finds working with all of the different equine personalities very rewarding, and feels it’s been a job well done when a person finds their dream match.
David Wilson’s diversity in the equine industry is parallel to none. Throughout his 40-year career he has been a leader in training, sales, breeding, videography, and insurance. His diligent work ethic and lengthy accomplishments have earned him a reputation as one of the finest riders and trainers in North America, having produced over 40 Grand Prix horses. He has produced some of the top riders in the Western United States winning numerous local and state championships. Wilson is widely recognized as being a great matchmaker between horses and riders; he understands the elements that make a great team.
Alisa has been in the equine world for more than 25 years. She has won numerous Regional and State Dressage Titles, and also holds USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold medals. In 2007 Alisa and David purchased W Farms, a world class training and sales facility and grew it to be one of the largest and most successful training and sales operations in the country. In 2011 Alisa and David opened Wilson and Cunningham West Insurance Agency, an equine insurance company; Alisa felt it was a natural fit to combine her passion for horses with her professional insurance and risk management skill set.