Robin Walker

Three Star Event Rider


Favorite competition:
Richland Park & Traverse City & HITS Ocala

Tack room item you cannot live without:
I’d be dead in the water without my bit box.

Favorite schooling exercise to use with your horses:
Bounce fences and bending lines are my favorite exercise to develop riders.

Featured horses:
Florenz & Rowdy Friend

Robin Walker is best described as a rider, trainer, teacher, clinician, competitor, breeder and ICP Level 4 United States Eventing Association (USEA) Instructor. Born in England in 1965, Robin has been involved with horses his entire life. Following extensive competition and training experience in the United Kingdom, Robin migrated to the United States in 1996 and gained his official citizenship in 2011. Robin is an active competitor at the three star level in eventing, as well as competing in Grand Prix jumping events on the East coast. A strong believer in educating the next generation of equestrians, Robin was one of the founding forces of the USEA’s Instructor Certification Program (ICP) and currently resides as both a faculty member and assessor for the program. In addition, he sits on the Future Event Horse Committee and runs a sporthorse breeding and training program out of his home base, Maute House Farm, in Grass Lake, MI. Originally settled over 100 years ago by German immigrants, Robin feels honored to be part of the Maute Farm history and continues to display the original family plaque on the door of one of the outbuildings.



"Simple... It works!"

―Robin Walker