Naomi Preston has been endurance riding since 1985, and became a TTEAM Practitioner in 1990. She is probably best known for her AERC Hall of Fame Horse, Mustang Lady. Adopted as a wild horse from the Idaho BLM and trained by Naomi, Mustang Lady achieved over 5,000 miles in the sport of Endurance Riding, 73 starts, 72 finishes, and 25 100 Mile rides. Some of their accomplishments include: AERC National Champion; 2nd & 4th place Tevis Cup finishes; Race of Champions Solo Champion; FEI Individual Bronze Medal; and two FEI TEAM Bronze Medals.
Naomi has also worked extensively with Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse Race Horses. TTOUCH was instrumental in improving their racing performance, as well as relaxation and recovery after races.
Naomi and Mustang Lady were also selected to represent the U.S. at the World Endurance Championships in Barcelona, Spain, in 1992. Now, with over 14,000 miles of competition, Naomi is competing with her husband's mount for 5,000 miles, Fire Mt Malabar, now with over 8,300 miles. Malabar was named to AERC's Hall of Fame in 2019. Naomi credits TTEAM as an important part of her horses' endurance riding success.
Naomi is available for private lessons and clinics at their ranch in Baker City, Oregon, with her husband Lee Pearce. She also travels the country doing clinics. Husband Lee Pearce is a farrier, and available for private consultation.