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Integrity Farm Wraps Up Successful Season

Adds New Trainer to Expand Lesson Program

Oconomowoc, WI – October 2, 2014 - Integrity Farm and trainers Kathleen Caya and Natalie Hansen, just finished up a great summer of showing with multiple championships and numerous classic wins. Several horses qualified for Indoors, Pony Finals and the Pre-Green Incentive class in Kentucky from showing at shows such as Ledges, Lamplight, Kentucky, Traders Point, and Minnesota for the Fall Harvest. Integrity Farm headed to Harrisburg and Washington for the Indoor Finals then off to St. Louis.
Trainer Kathleen Caya at the Chicago Hunter Derby.

Integrity Farm would like to thank their support staff, especially veterinarians Dr. Johnson and Dr. Mason, farrier Gene Green, and their amazing team of grooms. Without the ‘village’, the continued success would not be possible.
New assistant trainer Christy Alexander.

The support team is expanding with the addition of Christy Alexander, who will be expanding the lesson program along with riding duties. Alexander moved to Wisconsin this summer and began working for the farm in July. She has been keeping the farm organized along with teaching and riding while the team is on the road. Alexander has previous experience on the A/AA circuit and will be a great addition to the team. Integrity Farm currently has lesson slots available and is accepting new students.
Head trainer and Kathleen Caya has been riding and showing in the Midwest since childhood. She has ridden numerous sale horses as well as lovely client horses and is a consistent winner in any ring.

Assistant trainer Natalie Hansen. Photo by Andrew Ryback.

Assistant Natalie Hansen also helps handle the multiple rides with great success. Hansen was recently a finalist in Horse & Style Magazine's Assistant of the Year Contest.
The combined team emphasizes a fun, family atmosphere with an emphasis on horsemanship and care of the horses. Even lesson riders are taught how to properly care for their horses. The program is obviously one that works, demonstrated by their Championships and success in the show ring.


Integrity Farm has two locations in Oconomowoc, one on the north side of town on Mapleton Road and one on the south side of town on Golden Lake Road. Both facilities have large stalls, heated indoor arenas, wash stalls, large outdoor arenas, spacious tack room and lounge areas and ample turnout. They always have a large selection of horses for sale to suit any budget and any job.

Contact Integrity Farm for more information on their services and facilties:
Kathleen - (608) 217-4805 
Robert - (414) 688-1803 
Natalie - (414) 698-1934
N87W36615 Mapleton Road, Oconomowoc, WI 53066
1327 Golden Lake Road, Oconomowoc, WI 53066