​​Obsessed with horses from a young age, Amy has over 25 years experience in the equine industry and more than 10 years experience as a professional rider/trainer. Amy has been a USHJA Certified Trainer since 2014.  Amy had a successful junior career in the hunters, equitation, and jumpers and graduated from UConn with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with an Equine concentration. While at UConn Amy won numerous high point rider honors. Since graduation Amy has coached many students to wins and top placings in local, regional, and national level competitions, as well as riding and showing to her own championships. Amy takes pride in matching horses and riders for the most success. In both 2017 and 2019 she was named the CHJA High Point Hunter Trainer. Amy teaches Folly's boarders and leasing clients and coaches the Trinity College IHSA team which is based out of Folly Farm.

In 2020, Amy expanded her business knowledge by earning her MBA from Louisiana State University- Shreveport.

Amy has been proudly sponsored by Voltaire Design Saddles since 2014 and began partnering with EquiFit in 2021.

Amy Kriwitsky--Head Rider/Trainer, IHSA Coach

Brittney Watras - Head of the Riding School, IEA Coach

Folly Farm Show Stables Instructors

Molly joins the Folly Farm training staff after riding and competing for years with Amy and Brittney as her instructors. Molly's bright smile and patience led us to ask her to begin to teach our youngest students in our Tiny Trotter program.  Molly also runs our summer programming.

Molly Shannon--Instructor/Assistant IEA Coach

Brittney began riding at age 8 and has made horses a major part of her life ever since. She competed in both Hunters and Equitation as a junior and attended UConn where she rode on the Hunt Seat and Western Teams. She also completed instructor training in English, Western and Dressage disciplines. Brittney has been working with Amy since 2013, and together they have build a very successful riding school and IEA program.  Brittney is the Head of our Riding School and coaches both Folly's Middle School and High School IEA teams. In 2019 she was named the CHJA High Point ​Co-Trainer.