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Staff

Helen Friedrichs

Helen started showing horses at the age of 2 1/2 in leadline classes. It was was not unusual to see her winning blue ribbons riding on her pony, Dolly. She grew up riding and driving Shetland Ponies. Helen showed saddle horses, winning the Equitation "Good Hands Class" at the PA National Horse Show. Other successful shows included Madison Square Gardens in New York, the Devon Horse Show, and the Washington International.

Other successful shows included Madison Square Gardens in New York, the Devon Horse Show, and the Washington International.

Helen has been teaching for 38 years.




Daryl Friedrichs Seyfert

Daryl began showing at the age of 8, on her pony named Nutcracker. When she outgrew her large pony "Southern Breeze", she moved on to ride and show horses.

Daryl has trained under trainers such as Jack Trenor, Rachel Kennedy, Jerre Frankhouser, and Bradley Caine. She graduated from Hood College in 1987. After college she started Show Amateur Owner Division and qualified for Washington International, Penn National, and Devon in that division. She was champion in the local Hunters at Penn National with her 4 year old, chestnut mare "Southern Comfort". Daryl has shown customer's horses in the jumper divisions at Lexington National Horse Show in Lexington, VA. In 2010 she traveled to Ireland to ride cross country courses. Daryl's love of teaching and riding, show in her natural abilities.



Annie Johnston

Annie has ridden since she was 7 yrs old. She leased a 14 hand paint horse named Oreo. Annie has shown at Quentin Riding Club, Linden Hall and in the West Chester area. As a freshman in college, she was a member of the Millersville Equestrian Team, Graduated from Harcum College in 2012 with a degee in veterinary technology. She held an internship at New Bolton Center. She started working on horse farms when she was 10 yrs old. Annie came to Bridge Acres in 2010.





Joey Mullineaux

Joey is the Barn Manager at BAS. She grew up in New York City and moved to Lancaster in 1976. She has a BS degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology. Joey has been an EMT (emergency medical technician) for 20 years with the Manheim Ambulance.

She started taking lessons 7 1/2 years ago and Bridge Acres and has enjoyed it so much she now owns 5 horses. Her love for horses became her full-time job here at BAS. Her job responsabilities include feeding and turning out horses, medicating sick horses, ordering feed and supplies and the organization and oversight of the BAS Lesson / Worker Program.