For the love of teaching
Meet Erin LeCompt
Silent Run Farm is a hunter/jumper barn led by trainer Erin LeCompt working out of a beautiful facility in Williamson County. Erin enjoys teaching riders of all ages and levels. She excels at starting riders correctly from the beginning, teaching proper position and aids to allow for a long future in the saddle. When the time comes for a rider to graduate from the great group of school horses SRF offers, she will help transition the rider to the right equine partner to win in the show ring.
Erin is the mother of two young children. Tucker and Rylee can be found making friends with every pony and animal they meet around the farm. A large part of our focus at Silent Run is to provide a comfortable family atmosphere where all will feel welcome & have the potential to thrive. From our youngest riders working on a lunge line, to the IEA middle school and high school teams and SRF adults, everyone is welcome to join on a level that suits their needs and desires. Some of our clients compete in the show ring while others just want to ride when their careers allow them to.
Erin's focus is on starting riders, showing in IEA shows, local MTHJA shows, and local rated shows.
Erin has been involved in the equine setting since she was 7 years old, starting with lessons offered through Fairfax County VA. She rode competitively at Miami University, showing in hunter/jumper, western, & reining classes. In college Erin had the opportunity to be captain of the IHSA team, teach physical education riding classes for the university as well as team practices. After graduation, Erin coached at Morehead State University for nineteen years managing over eighty riders a week including agriculture students, team riders and community programs as well as overseeing forty lesson horses. Morehead gave Erin the opportunity to serve as a board member for IHSA. She was regional president for twelve years & managed IHSA Nationals 2010, 2011, 2016, 2017 at the Kentucky Horse Park Alltech Arena. Erin served on the IHSA board of directors for 14 years. She came to the Franklin TN area for an opportunity to start a lesson program at The Jaeckle Centre in 2017.
Erin enjoys staying involved in the industry not only by hosting horse shows, but by judging and stewarding shows as well. She continues to judge IEA and local KHJA shows in the Ohio, Kentucky, & Indiana areas. Erin challenges herself by stewarding IEA and IHSA national shows whenever possible. She also enjoys designing jump courses for IHSA and IEA shows. Erin also continues to be involved with USHJA as a USHJA Sportsmanship Winner.