top of page

Meet our Trainers


Ali Telatnik

Head Trainer, Landmark Equestrian

As a life-long equestrian with roots in her family’s Thoroughbred racing business, Ali has dedicated her life to horsemanship. At age 5, she began lessoning with John Turner and Jack Hammond of Thumbs Up Farm in Seattle, Washington. She spent her early show years under the guidance of Anne Selinger at Parkside Stables, where she was given the opportunity to work with many influential trainers, including Linda Allen, Bob McDonald, and Jack Towell. Her successful junior and amateur career culminated with wins along the West Coast, earning her qualifying spots back East. Her many awards included USEF Zone 9 Adult Amateur Hunter Rider of the Year, Zone 9 Adult Equitation Reserve Champion, top 3 placing in the USEF/USHJA Horse of the Year, and top 5 placing in the World Championship Hunter Rider standings. Soon, catch riding horses throughout the West Coast led to a job with Joan Curtin's sales barn, Select Sales in Sacramento, California.

After years of experience working alongside many top trainers and coaches, Ali founded her own hunter/jumper training program, Landmark Equestrian. Whether her students are focused on showing or just learning the basics, she aims to provide a fun and educational program that imparts her love of learning and quality horsemanship. “I enjoy working with students to help them become a better team with their horses,” Ali says. “Hard work, patience, and understanding are something I hope to instill in all my riders.” Ali continues to grow as a rider and teacher under the tutelage of Olympian Buddy Brown, an integral part of the Landmark Equestrian family

(425) 241-1410

  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • world-wide-web_1006771

Kim Pickle

Assistant Trainer, Landmark Equestrian

(775) 200-3018

  • Instagram
  • Facebook

Tiffany Coury

CHA Instructor, Elle Equine

Tiffany Coury founded Elle Equine from her deep passion for horses and their healing power. With over 20 years of experience in riding, training, rehabbing, and showing horses, Tiffany has personally benefited from the life skills and emotional healing that horses provide. After nearly 30 years in healthcare administration, she recognized the need to improve access to services for youth and individuals with disabilities, inspiring her to create Elle Equine, where she could use her knowledge and experience to help those in need.

At Rosemary Meadows, Tiffany brings her extensive background to support the success of her clients. As a Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) Instructor for Riders with Disabilities, she offers programs for individuals with physical, cognitive, and emotional needs, both in and out of the saddle. These programs are designed to center on each client's unique experiences, needs, and goals, providing an environment of dignity and respect.

bottom of page