Tracy Magness

Jumpers, Professional Rider/Trainer

Baltimore, Maryland


Currently working towards my Judging license in Hunter/equitation. I would like to continue to donate my time to being the Chef de’ Equipe for the Zone 3 Child and Adult Jumper Teams. Most importantly I would like to keep successfully training and riding Lake View Farm’s many customers and horses.

Mountain Horse is part of the ERS Family Of Brands

Tracy also uses One K and Veredus USA.

About Tracy

I am the head trainer/rider at Lake View Farm which is located in Hughesville, Maryland. I turned professional in 2001. I have gone on to win over 30 Grand Prix classes, represented the United States in Europe, and won over $600,000 in Grand Prix earnings alone. I am a 3 time leading Grand Prix Rider in HITS Ocala and in 2009 was the leading rider of the entire United States Grand Prix League. I am a member of the USEF/USHJA Zone 3 Jumper Committee and am a Board of Directors for the Maryland Horse SHows Association. I was the 2009 Maryland Horseperson of the year.

Questions & Answers

My "can't live without" Mountain Horse product

My Supreme Field Boots and my Winnipeg Jacket. I have been wearing the Supreme Field Boot for four years and would not consider any other brand. They are extremely comfortable as well as durable. Mountain Horse is my number one choice for the show ring.

Memorable sporting achievement

Winning the all 3 Open Jumper classes in the same year at Upperville Horse show, Including the $25,000 Grand Prix & the $100,000 Budweiser Jumper Classic.

Non-Equestrian Accomplishments

Winner of the John H Wagner Trophy for service in the state of Maryland. I have been married for 12 years to Patrick Magness!

Something you might not know about me

I am a graduate of West Virginia University where I majored in both advertising and English. I love to cook. I love grooming the horses as much as competing them! My amateur jumper Paul Harvey is the only non professional horse to ever be selected “Jumper of the Year”, by The Chronicle of the Horse.

Whacky superstitions or traditions

I like to wear my grandmother’s ring for luck. I normally say a prayer before big classes…not to win but to do my best and stay safe.

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