“Picking Out A Young Jumper Prospect”

Everything EQ
July 28, 2016

“When picking out a young jumper prospect, it is important to have a clear idea of your overall expectations of the horse.” Read more

“Riding Without Stirrups”

Everything EQ
April 25, 2016

“‘No Stirrups!’ The dreaded words no rider wants to hear. We go in depth with Scott Lico of Scott Lico Stables in Southern California as he teaches us how beneficial riding without stirrups really is, how it should be approached properly, and why it should happen more often than ‘No Stirrup November.'” Read more

“8 Training Steps to Build Confidence in Your Horse Over Liverpool Jumps”
June 27, 2014

“The liverpool is a common jump in show jumping competition. If a horse has not been properly trained to jump one with confidence, good rounds at the horse shows will be hard to come by. With a little time and patience, liverpool issues can be prevented from ever occurring and your horse will jump it confidently for the rest of its life.”   Read more

“Moorpark Horse Trainer Chosen as One of the Ten Best”

Citizen’s Journal
June 15, 2014

“Moorpark horse trainer Scott Lico was selected as one of America’s ten most talented riders for the prestigious Gladstone Program. The week long clinic took place May 21-26, 2014 in New Jersey at the hallowed grounds of Hamilton Farms, the United States Equestrian Team Foundation Headquarters. This program was taught by the iconic horseman and chef d’equipe of the United States Equestrian Federation show jumping team George Morris to further the education and training of elite show jumping riders with ambitions to compete internationally for team USA.” Read more

“The Work it Takes: Scott Lico’s Path to Becoming a Professional”
March 5, 2014

“Scott Lico was 19 years old when he nervously arrived at his first George Morris clinic. When he drove in, he could see that Morris was already in the ring, setting jumps for the day ahead. Lico ran into the ring to help, all the while hoping he wouldn’t fumble a jump cup, his step, or some unknown etiquette. Luckily, it all went smoothly, and every year since, he’s returned to clinic with Morris. But it wasn’t until this most recent year that one very big ‘aha’ moment occurred.”   Read more

Scott Lico Congratulates

Katharine Carroll & Leonidas
September 9, 2013 Issue

…”Katharine took home an impressive seven blue ribbons on Leonidas and swept the USHJA Stirrup Cup classes for the championship in the Children’s Jumpers. ‘Leonidas has such a personality. He’s a fiery horse, but that’s my favorite kind,’ Katharine confessed. ‘I felt like we clicked really quickly when I first started riding him and I think we’ve just grown so much together.’”  Read more

Scott Lico and Monte Cristo

Platinum Performance Online Catalog

“This is my horse Monte Cristo!  He is a 6 year old Holsteiner gelding I bought and imported from Germany about a year ago.  I purchased him in hopes of competing with him competitively in Grand Prix show jumping after a few years of training.  It’s amazing to feel the power and scope he has while jumping him …”  Read more

Scott Lico Congratulates

Katharine Carroll & Leonidas
November 9, 2012 Issue

“…On the Children’s card of the West Coast Child-Adult/Amateur Jumper Championship, it was Katharine Carroll (Scott Lico, trainer) who took home the win on Leonidas (Mark Cassar, owner). “I’m so excited! I’m so happy with Leonidas; he went clear all weekend,” Katharine said. She combined speed and short tracks for a clear round, stopping the timers at 58.559 seconds, which was nearly four seconds faster than any other competitor.”  Read more

Scott Lico Congratulates

Karagan Smith & Brown Boy and Katharine Carroll & Ce Ce Capone

Horse Show Biz Magazine
The Winter Issue 2012

   Scott Lico Stables, English Riding

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CPHA Medal Final Champions Clinched at Gold Coast 7: Consistency is Key in Medal Finals and Hunter Derby

Langer Equestrian Group, Leg Up News
October 27, 2011

“…Reserve champion in the class went to 13-year-old Karagan Lu Smith (Scott Lico, trainer), who fought her way up from ninth place in the first round with a score of 73.625 and sixth in the second round with 73.5. “She made a couple of mistakes in her first round, but it was well ridden,” Scott explained. “The second round was a little more complex and a lot of riders had some difficulty. Karagan went in and executed the plan we’d made when we walked course. She’s been with me a little over a year and we’ve been working really hard for the finals, practicing rounds at home just like what she encountered in this class. She’s a thinking rider. She doesn’t go out there and forget what she’s doing; she’s very focused and tries to execute the plan as best she can. She was very consistent over the two days and it worked out for her.”  Read more

“Tests of Fire: Five Perspectives from the California Wild Fires”

United Services Automobile Association (USAA) Summer 2008 article featuring Caitlin Steimle.

“When Caitlin Steimle heard the call for volunteers to help round up horses threatened by the flames, she hitched her trailer to her pickup truck and rode to their rescue…” Read more

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