Meet The Team
Meet The Team
Rose Hill Farm was founded in 2001 by mother-daughter duo and renowned hunter-jumper trainers, Shari and Rainie Rose. With hard work, integrity, dedication, and a little bit of talent, they've produced some of the finest riders in the sport.
Rainie grew up riding in the Los Angeles area with her mother, Shari. Through her years as a junior and amateur, Rainie won countless times in multiple rings including:
- Her jumper, Patina, traveled to Canada together after making the WCAR team at Spruce Meadows.
- Pedro in 2008 won the Menlo jumper classic and the Marshall & Sterling Jumper Finals.
- She was the adult amateur jumper Thermal circuit champion and Year End Zone 10 and PCHA champion.
- Rainie and Back in the Game were winners at the Washington International horse show, and were reserve champion and stake winner at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show.
- Knee Deep swept the Thermal division in the adult amateur hunters, and both Back In The Game and Comus brought home the Sunshine Series championships.
- Rainie finished her amateur career with LAHJA, PCHA and Zone 10 champion and reserve, and with USEF/PHR Horse of the Year in 2015.
Shari Rose began training horses at just 14 years old in California. She went on to teach some of todays best riders such as Jenny Karazissis, Lise Quintero, Shauna Pennell, Candice Schlom King, Joie Gatlin, and Leslie Steel.
After years of high-end hunters, Shari ventured into the jumper world and Grand Prix ring with Tiffany Sullivan. Shari and Tiffany traveled both nationally and internationally to compete in the World Cup qualifiers, and Tiffany won her first World Cup in 2013.
Shari has also had much success with her client Gail Ellis. During their time together so far, Shari and Gail have had three Horse of the Year titles awarded to their West Coast Equine Partners, LLC horses: Saphir, Ivory Coast, and Y Wonder Y.
In 2021, Shari was honored with the esteemed CPHA Lifetime Achievement Award.
Shari currently resides in Shadow Hills where she continues to bring along riders of all levels.