Caroline Invicta Stevenson owns and operates Invicta Farms in Santa Fe, NM, a full service Hunter Jumper training and show barn. Caroline designed and ran Las Campanas Equestrian Center from concept through 2009, and was a founding member of THS. She has a lifetime of experience working as a rider, trainer, coach, judge, equestrian event planner, consultant, and expert witness.
Lori Walton judges horse shows, ranch versatility, and is an approved judge for the Pony of the Americas Club, American Stock Horse Association, Stock Horse of Texas, Western States Versatility Ranch Horse Association, National Reined Cow Horse Association, and an AQHA Ranch Versatility Specialty judge. Lori has judged Extreme Mustang Makeover and has trained horses and people for over 25 years.
Victor Salazar currently manages the cattle operation for his family’s Nutritas Ranch in Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico. He is experienced in bringing the fundamentals of ranching and training ranch horses to versatility ranch horse clinics. His practical ranching knowledge has given him the ability to teach people of all ages and experience levels how to be successful in competing in National Versatility Ranch Horse Association (NVRHA) and Western States Versatility Ranch Horse Association events. Victor holds judges cards with both the NVRHA and the American Stock Horse Association (ASHA). He judged the ASHA National Championship Show in 2019. While he enjoys the challenges of competition, his main goal is to help people train their horses to be more responsive and willing partners.