Sally has completed polocrosse and jumping clinics at Alaska, Hawaii and New England Pony Clubs and riding centers and references are available on request.

Sally is the author of the first book published on the sport, Polocrosse:  Australian Made, Internationally Played

A lifelong horsewoman, Sally brings a broad range of experience to her clinics.  With over 30 years coaching collegiate riders and teaching riders of all ages and abilities, Sally's clinic participants benefit from her wealth of knowledge of horses and horsemanship.   


Sally has been teaching clinics in Alaska for four years now, and Jai Capalian has been lucky enough to have her teach for our club each year. Sally has a very approachable and positive style and works well with all ages and all abilities. We have appreciated her flexibility over the years, as she has taught stand alone clinics but has also been part of regional and club camps. She will cater her teaching to whatever your club needs. She teaches Polocrosse (which typically both children and adults love!) as well as flat work and jumping. I guarantee if you host Sally for a clinic, you will want her back each year!        ~Molly McCarthy, Jai Capalian Pony Club       

Sally Batton is the Director of Riding at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH and Head Coach of the Varsity Equestrian Team.  She was named the American Riding Instructor's Association 2008 Instructor of the Year and is Founder of the Athletic Equestrian League.  Sally was awarded the the 2013 Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association Lifetime Achievement Award 

Polocrosse and Jumping Clinics