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Lady Mae Recommendations

To Whom It Might Concern:

Lady Mae is a 13 year old 16.1 hand draft cross bay mare belonging to Tamera Denault.  I know her quite well because Tammy has been kind enough to bring her to the AVA National VaultingTraining Camp at Ft. Robinson for the past several years. 

I continue to ask Tammy to bring her to camp because she is a very good vaulting horse.  She is pretty, sound, safe, has a very nice canter, patience, and lots of stamina.  She handles, different vaulters, crowds, music, shelters that are blowing away in the wind, and biting bugs without missing a stride. 

Our clinicians, including, Christoph Lensing, Erik Martonovich, and Fabian & Flavia Guida all thought she was a very good vaulting horse.  The vaulters also really liked vaulting on her.

Tammy is also a very good longuer and very easy to work with.  She knows her horse and the pair of them, in my opinion, would make a terrific team for vaulters needing to borrow horses for the upcoming CVI in California and Kentucky and also for  the 2010 World Championships.

Noel Martonovich, Golden Gate Vaulters


I have known Tammy Denault for ten years or more.

Throughout that time I have had numerous occasions to both work Tammy and observe her vaulting horses at home, camp and during competition.

Tammy consistently develops very safe, dependable canter vaulting horses that are balanced, calm and tractable. Beyond that Tammy's horse are always quite fit and will go at a steady canter with vaulters much longer than most other horses.

In my opinion of all of Tammy's vaulting horses the cross-bred mare Lady Mae is by far the most outstanding that she has developed to date. Lady is large and flashy enough to carry high level individual compulsories or freestyle with ease and style. She is especially suited for female vaulters but accepts men with aplomb as well. I believe the combination of Lady Mae and trainer Tammy Denault is a great one for any individual seeking to borrow a horse for the upcoming American CVI's and WEG 2010.

Nancy Stevens-Brown
Past President American Vaulting Association
Clinician and Trainer


To whom it may concern,

I have had the pleasure of vaulting on Lady Mae a few times, and have worked with Tammy and her vaulting horses many times over the years. Lady Mae, like all of Tammy’s vaulting horses, is of sound mind, a good hard worker, and has a consistent smooth gait. I would highly recommend her to any vaulter who’s size and level make a good match for her.

If you have any further questions you can contact me at skyhawk76@yahoo.com or at 604-702-1977.



Colin Schmidt




Tamea C. Denault

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Tamea C. Denault is the founder of Dreamswept Farm and coach of the MountainWind Vaulters in Kettle Falls, WA. She is a certified CHA multi-discipline riding instructor. While earning her degree in psychology and education at Mt. Holyoke College, she also learned vaulting and has continued vaulting and coaching ever since. More...