For several years Collier Wimmer has been creating extrodinary freestyles of which many have placed and won at both Regional, National Championships, and international CDI's. Collier, a graduate of High Point University, double majored in Business and Communications. She was a member of the HPU Equestrian IHSA Team and has been immersed in the dressage scene for years due to her mother, Ashley Wimmer, an accomplished FEI rider.
Collier has been in her local church’s choir from 1st-12th grade, and became the youngest and 2nd member ever in her choir to earn the highest medal and ribbon from the Royal School of Choir Music. Also a nationally ranked competetive dancer this combination of dance and choir gave Collier her musical background.
She has developed an extensive musical library, ranging from classical to contemporary music that she uses to put together masterpiece freestyles, for all levels of riders. Her current and past clients include Stacey Hastings, USDF bronze, silver, and gold medalist & FEI trainer/rider, Anne Aloi, USDF bronze, silver, and gold medalist & FEI trainer/rider, Jennifer Flowers Dipple USDF bronze and silver medalist & professional rider/trainer, Ryan Eskridge, USDF bronze, silver, and gold medalist & former National Junior Championship participant, and Kim Gentry, USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist and Australian Nations Cup team member.
Collier brings a one of a kind combination of a dancer’s background, a longstanding love of music, years musical education and an uncanny ability to understand what makes each horse and rider combination exclusive. She has an eye and appreciation for what will make a special and memorable freestyle for each combination.