Sharon White

5* International Eventing Rider

Sharon White

An equestrian who fell in love at first ride, Sharon is always finding ways to improve in and out of the saddle.

Sharon took her first riding lesson when she was 12 years old and has been hooked ever since. She worked and rode for Deana Vaughn’s Tail Wind Farm throughout high school before studying English at George Mason University. Throughout college, she worked for Olympic event rider Torrance Watkins, who had a major influence on her riding career. Sharon began her own business in 1998 at River View Farm before her family purchased property in 2002, which they named Last Frontier Farm. You’ll likely find Sharon wearing orange while riding or studying how the human brain works so that she can apply what she learns to her riding!

Team Silver

at the 2023 Pan American Games

Trained Multiple Riders

to the Advanced and 5* levels of eventing

Level 4 USEA ICP Coach

Complete The Look

Sharon’s Favorites

Five Stars

“I wear R.J. Classics because of their commitment to quality and attention to detail with every product they put out. I compete almost every weekend, and it’s imperative to have apparel that fits right, looks appropriate, and lasts over time. R.J. Classics has always looked out for our needs, and their team is very communicative and ready to help, which can not always be said for every brand. I recommend R.J. Classics’ line of coats to all of my clients who are looking for quality competition apparel that they know will stand the test of time.”

– Sharon White

5* International Eventing Rider