Kristy Eberle has been a horse show judge and competitor for the last 20 years. Her personal accomplishments include: showing at the college level in IHSA in the open division, 1999 Miss Rodeo Kansas, Top 10 at Miss Rodeo America, All-Around Rider at many local & regional horse shows, and Horse Show Judge. She has been running horse camps for the past 15 years.
Kristys’ students have excelled from 4-H to national competitions in horse showing and rodeo. In 2010, 4 students took home state championship titles at the Kansas State Fair. In 2011, she mentored two students that were state champions at the Kansas State Fair. In the past several years she's had top ten finishers in showmanship, horsemanship, english equitation, english pleasure, reining, and trail. Kristy has several students who have placed in the Top Ten at the National Little Britches Rodeo Association Finals, as well as students that have been successful in Intercollegiate Horse Showing.
Kristy’s passion is working with children and teaching children. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematic Education and a Masters Degree in Educational Administration. She's worked in education for over 12 years and is the 9-12 Principal in Oakley, KS. Her professional accomplishments include 2018 Region V Principal of the Year through KASSP, 2019 selected as a Presenter at the KASSP Principal Conference in Wichita, and currently selected for the KSHSAA Classification Work Group Meeting.
Camp Instructor & Ranch Owner