Tammy Pratt Paparella is a USDF Silver and Bronze Medalist, and has competed successfully through the PSG level and is schooling at the Grand Prix level on a horse she bred, raised, and trained herself.  She has audited many educational programs to further her knowledge and understanding of Dressage, and has also demo rode in USDF Judges programs.  She has owned and operated her own breeding farm for many years, where she honed her young horse skills, raising many youngsters from birth to their first steps under saddle.  Tammy's current mount is Ana Capri, whom Tammy bred.  She has trained and competed her beautiful golden Olivier daughter at PSG, scoring 66+ from an FEI I Judge their first time at the level together!  Tammy and "Pri" are currently training Grand Prix, and demonstrate huge talent for Piaffe, Passage, and pirouettes.  In 2018 Tammy has also competed the Westfalen mare "Fiona", owned by Maridee Feeherry, at the PSG level with scores as high as 65 percent.  .

Rosebrook Farm Grand Prix trainer in residence, Cindi Wylie, is a unique combination of education, achievement, and dedication, seldom seen in the upper levels of dressage these days.  Her extensive experience with horses at all levels of the sport as well as a variety of breeds is a true rarity.  She has a passion for knowledge, and takes her education very seriously.  The result is a rider who has produced champions at all levels of the sport.  She happily works with both non competitive and competitive riders.  Many of the horses who've taken their first steps under saddle at Rosebrook are  now either training or competing at the FEI levels.  She regularly pursues her education through both instructor and judges programs, and also volunteers her free time the the United States Dressage Federation, so that she can "give back" to the discipline that's given her so much.    To this end, she currently serves as Chairperson for the USDF GMO committee as well as a Participating Member Delegate for USDF Region 8.

Brittany Murphy is a USDF Bronze medalist who has worked extensively with Young Horses both on the ground and under saddle.  Brittany has competed under saddle through Fourth Level.   Prior to joining the Rosebrook Team, she trained extensively with Barend Heilbron, an FEI Trainer from Holland.  With Shooting Stars young horse "Flirt", she was selected to participate in many programs including the USDF Young Sport Horse Forum in Maine with Scott Hassler and Willy Arts, in the USEF Young Horse Training sessions with Christine Traurig, and were rockstars together as the 4yo Demo Pair in the NEDA Fall Symposium with Carl Hester!   Brittany has also competed Flirt at the Markel/USEF National Young Horse Championships in Chicago.   In 2018, Brittany has competed Shooting Stars "Captain Brownie" with scores in the high sixties at third level, Shooting Stars Flirt, with scores in the 70's at first level, and also winning classes at second level aboard Deb Nolan's "Rock Solid". 


Education:

  • USEF "R" Judge, also certified in Young Horse, Freestyle and Equitation by the USEF
  • USDF Certified Instructor through Fourth level
  • Participated in USEF National Level Judges Forums
  • Participated in USDF FEI Instructor Certification Programs
  • Attended several National FEI Trainer's Conferences in Florida
  • Has ridden in Symposia, Instructor Programs, and Clinics with top trainers from all over the world, including Robert Dover, Steffen Peters, Michael Klimke, Ingrid Klimke, Ralf Isselhorst, Josef Knipp, Karl Mikolka, General Jonathan Burton, Christoph Hess, Gary Rockwell, Janet Foy, and Lilo Fore.
  • Graduate of Tufts University with a BA in Clinical Psychology focusing on Behavioral Sciences and Animal Behavior.


Achievements:

  • USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medalist on the first horse she took up the levels from training level to Grand Prix, an american thoroughbred named "Kriter".
  • Has won many National and Regional Year End award titles with USDF and NEDA.
  • Has trained horses and riders who have won USDF Regional Championships as well as participated in the USDF National Championships in Kentucky, USEF Young Horse Championships in Chicago, the USEF Festival of Champions, and USEF Dressage Seat Equitation Championships in Chicago.
  • Has trained riders to the North American Young Rider Championship.
  • Helped train the third place team at the Festival of Champions in the Brentina Cup division


Training Team:


Providing care and training for 30 plus horses is no easy task.  Cindi is fortunate to have two highly experienced assistant trainers, Tammy Pratt Paparella and Brittany Murphy, who are both professionals in their own right, looking to further their training and education under Cindi's watchful eye.  You can read a little more about their backgrounds below!