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About Us

Linnea Cauble - Trainer / Instructor

Professional trainer and riding instructor, Linnea Cauble is a CHA Certified Master Instructor. Certified at CHA's highest level to teach both English and Western lessons.

Beginning English balanced seat lessons at the age of eight, Linnea took her first riding lesson and has never stopped riding. Over the years, Oak Crest Farm provided Linnea with a solid foundation in riding, training and showing that continues to open the door to many equine related opportunities. At the age of 14, Linnea purchased her first horse, a 5yr old Registered Paint gelding. After a few years of riding and showing Hunters, Hunt Seat Equitation, and English Pleasure; Linnea decided that she and Moonshine should also learn Western Pleasure, since he is a Paint horse after all. During high school, Linnea joined Oak Crest Farm's equitation team, competing on an "A" team at National Capitol Equitation League horse shows. Following high school, Linnea went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Equine Business Management and a Bachelor of Science in Equine Studies. While studying at The University of Findlay, Linnea was member of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association team. Upon her graduation from Findlay, Linnea moved to North Carolina to begin training and teaching full-time. Linnea's schedule is currently packed full as she travels around the Piedmont Triad area giving lessons, taking students to shows, and training a variety of horses.


Why the name Dayenu Equestrian?

Dayenu is one of the Hebrew songs that is sung during the Passover Sedar in remembrance of all God's blessings on His people throughout history. Dayenu means "we would have been satisfied." The song builds upon each verse because God's people would have been satisfied with what little they were given, but God continually blesses them with more and more. "Had God done nothing but save us from the land of Egypt, for that alone we should have been satisfied ... God gave us Yeshua (Jesus), and for this we are grateful."

I chose the name Dayenu because I can relate as well. Had God allowed me nothing more than to take riding lessons, dayenu, I would have been satisfied. Had God given me nothing more than a single horse to ride, dayenu, I would have been satisfied.

Had God given me nothing more than the opportunity to attend a college with an equestrian program, dayenu,  I would have been satisfied. God has blessed me with years of riding lessons, two horses of my own and multiple horses to ride, two bachelors degrees in the Equine field of study, the ability to teach/train full-time and most importantly, the love of His Son Jesus. I want the love of Yeshua (Jesus) to shine through me as I work with students and horse owners, so that God may receive the glory.