Meet Our Staff
The Meadows Staff are here to provide guidance in coaching and training, provide the best possible care for your horse and help you plan for your riding career. They are knowledgeable and will strive to ensure you have support for your goals.
Jacqueline Boddaert - Owner
Jacqueline Boddaert has had a passion for horses her entire life. She is a successful entrepreneur, having owned and managed many different businesses from private to public. She is also a Director and Board member of a number of public and private corporations. Jacquie is personally invested in the Meadows, bringing a wealth of business knowledge to the oversight of the facilities.
Greg Kuti - Head Coach, Show Facility
Greg is a certified Equine Canada Level III Coach, recognized Hunter/Jumper judge and senior course designer. He has competed successfully at the World Cup and Grand Prix level, and has campaigned hunters and jumpers for many years on the national circuit Greg currently competes at several major horse shows throughout Canada and the United States. In addition to competing professional divisions with several mounts, Greg specializes in the development of upcoming hunters and jumpers.
Career Highlights: An accomplished coach and trainer who enables all his horse and rider teams–whether recreational or competitive – to reach their full potential • An Equine Canada Certified Level III Coach • Voted OHJ Coach of the Year in 1999 • A recognized senior course designer who has designed A-level courses throughout North America • Competed successfully at the World Cup and Grand Prix level and has campaigned hunters and jumpers for many years on the national circuit
Rick Bishop - Coach
Rick Bishop is a National Competition Coach Specialist in Show Jumping, trained High Performance Coach, and Coach Developer, mentoring and evaluating new coaches for certification.
Rick has maintained his relationship with Team Millarbrooke, training with Ian Millar for over 20 years and showing successfully across North America. He is also a trained farrier, and was a farrier to many Grand Prix jumpers at Millar Brooke Farm including horses competing at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and the great Big Ben!
Rick graduated from the Equine Studies Program at Humber College where he received the E.P. Taylor Award for outstanding achievement. Rick brings a unique perspective to the training of the rider and horse, with a depth of experience as a competitor, coach, farrier and in the development, training and management of his horses – understanding the importance of both the art and the technical aspects of the sport.
Holly Hayman - Assistant Coach
Holly’s vibrant and warm personality and experience as a trainer and rider is an excellent addition to The Meadows. Holly has brought along multiple young riders to achieve their goals in the hunter, jumper and equitation ring on the A Circuit who have qualified and competed at the Royal Winter Fair. She has experience training horses and competing extensively in the hunter ring all the way into the Big Equitation classes as well as the Grand Prix ring.
Krystal Lee - General Manager
Krystal Lee comes from the Muskoka's where she is the owner with her family of a small hobby farm with animals that have come from many rescues. She comes with a extensive background and knowledge in business management and customer service. She is passionate about animals especially any animal that has problems. She has received many awards from the SPCA for her fundraising efforts and enjoys helping people as well as animals.
Brianna Tomlinson- Barn Manager
Growing up in Ennismore, Ontario, Brianna Tomlinson has had horses her entire life and has been on the horse for just about as long. In 2014, Brianna completed the Equine Science program at Olds College in Alberta, with a major in Equine Production and Breeding. She has spent time retraining and rehoming Standardbreds off the race track, many which have made their way into her own herd, as well as, working with young horses. While not working at The Meadows, Brianna usually returns to Ennismore where her three horses still reside on their family farm.