Susan Graham White is a leading dressage competitor, trainer, teacher, and judge.

An active competitor, Susan shows several dressage horses at the national and the FEI levels. See her record here.

She has successfully coached her eventing students through Advanced, and her dressage students through the FEI levels. Most of her students are serious competitive riders, both professional and amateur. Susan is in great demand as a clinician, thanks to her track record of steering riders toward their full potential.  When she is not teaching and training at Wolfhaven Farm in southern Maryland, she travels extensively throughout the country. She also teaches regularly in Puerto Rico, where she literally introduced the concept of dressage to her students. Starting there from scratch, she  developed an enthusiastic group of budding dressage riders.

  Susan is an FEI "I" Eventing judge,  a USEF "R" Dressage judge and a USEF "r" Dressage Sport Horse Breeding judge.  She has officiated at more than 200 USEF/USEA recognized competitions, plus more than 50 international events, including the 2010 Central American Games, the 2009 Championships for 6-year-old Event Horses at Le Lion d'Angers in France, the 2006 and 2007 North American Young Riders Championships and Scotland’s Blair International in 2006. 

As part of her commitment to giving back to the sport, Susan heads the USEA Future Event Horse Committee. She has also been a member of the USDF Freestyle committee, and has served on the board of directors for the Potomac Valley Dressage Association.