2017 Ambassadors

Every year Hunt Club is honored to bring on a small group of dedicated, inspiring and talented young riders as part of our Brand Ambassador Program. These equestrians embody Hunt Club's core values of spreading positivity, embracing your originality and being the most authentic version of yourself both in and out of the saddle. 

Interested in becoming a Hunt Club Brand Ambassador? Learn more here


Isabelle Bright

In 2009 Isabelle started The Modern Equestrian blog, which was created with the intention of catering towards the fashionable and eccentric equestrian or equestrian enthusiast. She currently works in the television industry in Los Angeles and confesses she has an unhealthy obsession with watching movies and tv. 

Isabelle is always looking for new ways to expand her creative involvement in the equestrian world, whether it be through fashion, photography, blogging, or filmmaking. We are excited to have her extraordinary creative talent on the Hunt Club Brand Ambassador Team for 2017!


Madi Grady

Madi is an Adult Amateur Jumper rider who trains out of BarGee Farms in Pittsburgh, PA. Madi competes up and down the east coast with her 13 year old gelding Tell Me, regularly winning tricolors from Ohio to Virginia to Illinois. When Madi isn't showing, or training at home, she loves to take Tell Me out on long bareback trail rides with friends - it's the ultimate way to relax with your horse! Madi's trademark style is chic but comfortable, and she loves rocking her Hunt Club gear at home and at competitions.  


Lauren Hampson

Lauren Hampson is a hunter and equitation rider out of Pittsburgh, PA. This year, Lauren and her horse Remington will be competing in the junior hunters and equitation classes. Her favorite part of riding has to be her horse's puppy dog-like personality and the friendships that she has made. Outside of riding, she is passionate about educating others on mental health and spreading positivity.


Lily Rhodes

Lily rides at Clark Farms under instructor Roberta Clark in Tulsa, OK. She has been riding for 9 years, and riding dressage for the past 7. She purchased her paint horse Charlie in March of 2016, and two months later they made their dressage debut together at the ODS Mother's Day Weekend Show. Last season, Lily and Charlie competed in intro level classes and won reserve champion for the year. This season they will advance to training level, hoping to bring home more ribbons.

One of Lily's favorite aspects of riding is simply spending time alone with her horse, grooming, bathing, and enjoying being together. Lily is beyond thrilled to be an ambassador for Hunt Club. She believes that all of their products are fresh and classy, while remaining fun and versatile. Lily's favorite Hunt Club products have to be the Derby Belts! She loves how they come in every color and pattern imaginable, making them perfect for every equestrian.


Fleming Troup

Fleming Troup is a 16 year old preliminary eventer from Decatur, Alabama. She owns two horses; Crimson, a 16 year old Canadian Warmblood and Gilded Fox, a 10 year old OTTB. Eventing as a whole has taken her entire life as she competes to one day compete in 4* events all over the world and hopefully the Olympics. 
Fleming currently trains with Debi Crowley at Cotton Meadows Farm in Elkmont, Alabama. This year's goal is to compete at the Junior Olympics/ NAJYRC at the CCI1* level or compete at USPC Festival Championships.
Fleming is excited to be a Hunt Club ambassador, and is looking forward to contributing ideas towards product design and marketing campaigns. She always gets compliments at the barn, shows, and clinics when she sports her Hunt Club apparel. Fleming's favorite Hunt Club items are the Derby Belts - she loves how they have a custom fit and are available in a rainbow of colors. They are comfortable and look great with any outfit!



Maggie Wahlert
Maggie rides at Sovereign Place in sunny Southern California. She has been riding for 8 years and has owned her new horse Amarillo, an 11 year old Danish Warmblood, for 4 months...just enough time to discover his goofy personality and treat obsession! Maggie shows on the 'A' circuit in equitation and medals. Rio helped Maggie finish the 2016 show season with a PCHA Region 1 - 14 & Under Equitation Championship, a trip to the PCHA & Rosewood Medal Finals, and a third place award in the USHJA Zone 10 Equitation Stirrup Cup.


She also enjoys competing for her high school in the Varsity division of the Interscholastic Equestrian League. Maggie's goal for the 2017 show season is to make it to the Maclay regionals with Rio. Training five days a week, Maggie finds just enough time to bond with her horse, be an active member of her Youth & Government delegation, and travel to new places! Her passion for equestrian fashion lead her to Hunt Club in 2014. She loves adding a pop of color to any outfit with the Derby Belts and repping the Hunt Club Logo cap around the barn and at shows! 


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