2017 was another exciting and successful year for Lennox Dressage. Lennox moved up to Grand Prix and EMR Arising competed at 2nd Level. Both horses qualified for the CBLM Finals. Erin also competed Couture owned by Stephanie Phelan at 2nd Level who also qualified for the CBLM Finals. Unitas, owned by Carolyn Montgomery was also shown by Erin. He competed in PSG, I-1 and the I-1 MFS. He also qualified for the CBLM Finals where he was Champion in the I-1 MFS, Reserve Champion in the I-1 and 3rd in the PSG. 

Looking forward to see what 2018 holds for these horses.


Dressage Training at Its Finest

Lennox Dressage based out of Suddenly Farm in Lumberton, NJ offers training for both horse and rider with FEI Rider and USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist Erin Scelba-Johnson. A seasoned competitor and long time instructor Erin has a knack for connecting with each individual horse and rider. She is the trainer of a number of USDF Bronze Medalist's who are working towards their Silver Medal. Erin strives to become a better rider and trainer each day. She continues her dressage education by working regularly with Jane Landau of Landau Dressage and Leif Sorenson of Denmark. She also clinics with Shannon Dueck and Berand Heilbron when they visit NJ.


EMR Arising is a Morgan gelding working towards 3rd Level. He has numerous ribbons at the USDF/GAIG Regional Champions and the CBLM Regional Championships.

Acclamation is a newly acquired Danish Warmblood showing 2nd and 3rd Level with much success in the 2019 season.

Lennox has been retired from Grand Prix competition but got in the ring a few times this year showing some of Erin's students the ropes at 3rd Level.