Rory Gallagher is a true animal lover. He has been working alongside Kim Mulligan for nearly 20 years, helping to ensure the day-to-day care for all of Twins Bays Stables' horses -- whether at home or on the road at horse shows. His deep background in horsemanship, horse health, and professional training have made him an incredible asset to our entire barn family.
While Rory no longer competes, he enjoys training clients and helping riders of all levels to achieve their goals. He is passionate about teaching, especially those just learning about the joy of horses.
Rory lives on site at the barn in Easton, CT to ensure the safety and well being of every animal - large and small - at Twin Bays Stable.
Better known around the barn as "Conan," Saul brings years of experience working at professional show barns. He is very knowledgeable about horse care and always happy to lend a helping hand. Conan is focused on the daily care of Twin Bays Stables' horses and enjoys traveling with the barn to ensure an amazing show experience for its clients.
Kim Mulligan has been riding her entire life. From breaking babies on the track - to competing at the Grand Prix level - Kim has the knowledge, expertise and training to help horses and riders reach their full potential. Kim built her business from the ground up, learning the ropes from those she admired, including Leslie Burr Howard, Michael Kirby, and Ken Whelihan.
In 2005, Kim founded Twin Bays Stables and recently purchased a professional equestrian property in Easton, CT where she plans to expand her growing hunter / jumper barn and add a lesson program. While most folks are used to seeing Kim in the jumper ring on her horse "Lily" aka TBS Rolls the Dice, she recently stepped into the hunter ring to try her hand at International Derbies. This spring, the duo won the Saratoga Horse Show $10,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby.
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Jenny is a lifelong equestrian, who began her riding career in Rancho Santa Fe, CA under the instruction of Hap Hansen and Sandy Aston, where she competed in hunters, jumpers and equitation divisions. As a junior, she was 1984 Reserve Champion of the ASPCA Maclay Finals at Madison Square Garden aboard Old Salt, as well as the 1984 National Junior Jumper Champion, Individual Speed Champion, and Zone X Prix de States Champion aboard Steer Clear, a record of the Pennsylvania National Horse Show that they still hold today.
Following her junior career, Jenny entered the grand prix division aboard Dalfsen, finishing 4th in the 1985 Rhulen Rookie of the Year standings, and went on to win her first grand prix aboard Dalfsen in 1986 at The Oaks in San Juan Capistrano. After a hiatus to raise her family, Jenny returned to the ring in 2009 as an adult equitation rider to finish 3rd in the New England Equitation Championships, 40 & over, and in 2010 captured the New England Equitation Championship, 40 & Over. Understanding that each horse and rider are a partnership in the making, Jenny focuses on strong riding and horsemanship fundamentals to help chart the path to success and advancement.