"Individual Goals Achieved".
That is the focus of
No matter how lofty nor how small, Willoway will help
you achieve your personal goal.
This is where "horse dreams" come true.
THE SPORTSMAN’S CHARTER
That sport is something done for the fun of doing it
and that it ceases to be sport when it becomes a business
only, something done for what there is in it;
That amateurism is something of the heart and the spirit
– not a matter of exact technical qualifications;
That good manners of sport are fundamentally important;
That the code must be strictly upheld;
That the whole structure of sport is not only preserved
from the absurdity of undue importance, but is justified
by a kind of romance which animates it, and by the positive
virtues of courage, patience, good temper, and unselfishness
which are demanded by the code;
The exploitation of sport for profit alone kills the
spirit and retains only the husk and semblance of the
That the qualities of frankness, courage, and sincerity
which mark the good sportsman in private life shall
mark the discussions of his interests at a competition.
Trainer/Owner: Kathy Johnson
Johnson with Pat Carleton |
has trained many horses and riders who have won
numerous state and national championships.
In 1998, Kathy was the first trainer to have a horse
win both the National Champion Small Junior Working
Hunter and Regular Working Hunter in the same year
with Jennie Carleton's "Code of Honor."
education includes an undergraduate degree in teaching from
Northern Illinois University with a double major in Biology
and Education and graduate level classes in Special Education
at Arizona State University.
Ms. Johnson's memberships include US Equestrian Federation,
the ASPCA, PCHA, AHJA, CHJA and other state and national associations.
She has served on the Boards of Directors for AZ. Horse Exhibitors
Association and the Town and Country Equestrian Association
(IL). And, she is a former member of the teaching staff in the
Equine Science Department at Scottsdale Community College.
Kathy is currently the coach of two Interscholastic Equestrian
Association Teams. These teams are for
riders in Middle School and High School. Riders compete on the
Local, Regional and National Levels.
Please check www.rideiea.org
for more information or contact Kathy at