Rylee Gailey

Rylee Gailey is the main director and rider at Peachstone Farm. She started competing at the age of 4 by her mother's side and now has 16 years of equine experience. Rylee has enjoyed the passion of riding in Eventing and caring for her horses. She has ridden under the guidance of top Eventing and Dressage trainers, including well known Olympians. Rylee looks forward to accomplishing her upper-level dreams while pursuing her degree in Animal Biology with an emphasis in Equine Science at the University of Florida.

Some of Rylee's achievements include:​

  • USEA Gold Medalist at Preliminary Level

  • Successfully completed 2* on dressage score

  • Several wins at Preliminary level Eventing

  • Schooling Intermediate level

  • Completed @ The American Eventing Championships at the Preliminary Level

  • Pony Club C1 Graduate

  • Placed in top 10 @ USEA Area III Preliminary Championships 

  • Chattahoochee Hill Eventing Rider of the Year 2015

  • Overall Champion Rider of the Year 2015

  • USEF High School Equestrian Athlete Letterman for all completed High School years

Rylee is a pre-veterinary student at UF concentrating on equine reproduction. She looks forward to using her expertise in the field on the farm while also competing and bringing along young horses. 

Rhonda Gailey

Rhonda's love for horses began as a young girl but didn't develop into competing until 2004 when she was introduced to 3 day eventing. It was an instant passion for her and the family followed.  She designed our 1st farm and had a desire to learn as much as she could. Quickly moving up the ranks, she realized she had a keen eye for spotting quality horses. She also enjoyed getting involved with the Pony Club where both of her children joined as early as age 4. She went on to create and design a Pony Club Riding Center in North Florida where she was DC and has worked with top event riders such as David & Karen O'Connor. She is also a level 5 certified CHA riding instructor and has successfully competed through the preliminary level placing in the top 10 at The American Eventing Championships. She has trained with countless top trainers & Olympians in Eventing and Dressage. She has learned valuable horsemanship and riding techniques. 

Rhonda is the founder and owner of Peachstone Farm. While her "day job" is running a very successful Real Estate Firm her "hobby" is still competing & sourcing/working with young horses to prepare them for their future show careers. She also enjoys supporting Young Riders in their goals to become top athletes.

Rich Gailey

Rich Gailey is the co-founder and owner of Peachstone Farm. Rich started riding in 2003 and has competed up to Training level. Rich successfully qualified and competed 2 different horses at the American Eventing Championships in 2007 & 2008. Now leaving the riding to "the girls," Rich currently takes care of the maintenance around the farm and supports his hardworking wife and daughter as they pursue their passion.

Zoe Tripp

Zoe Tripp is the Barn Manager at Peachstone Farm. She grew up riding in Texas where she competed on the hunter/jumper circuits. She started working for Peachstone where she found her love for eventing and has since transitioned. She is now a novice level eventer and helps produce the babies by Rylee’s side. 


Zoe’s goal is to move up the levels while gaining more experience at Peachstone Farm and obtaining a degree in animal science. 


Riding Achievements:

  • Barn Staple BN Champion

  • 3rd place Majestic BN

  • Countless champion & reserve champion titles  on the hunter circuits

  • Experience training young horses from the basic groundwork and first rides to competing

  • Multitude of experiences catch riding for various trainers

Cale Susdorf

Cale is the farm-hand at Peachstone Farm and deals with the day-to-day duties in the time that he is not working as a Marion County Firefighter. Born and raised in Ocala, he has been in the Horse Capital of the World for over 21 years. Cale has been working with us since Fall of 2019 and he has shown us how crucial he is to make life on the farm run smoothly.

Jessica Gallegos

Jessica started riding when she was very young and was competing by the age of 9 on the Hunter Jumper circuit. She has placed in 1.20, classes at Texas Rose and was Reserve Champion in IEA in her Zone at the age of 12 as well as many wins on the Hunter circuit. Jess started transitioning into eventing 3 years ago and found it to be her passion, and is now schooling Training level. Jess was an exercise rider for a top barn in Texas riding exceptional show horses, and has helped restart many OTTB's that have gone on to be very successful in the jumper world. She has ridden and worked with a wide variety of breeds and ages of horses making her a well rounded rider!

Journey Ballard

Journey is from a small town in southwest Oklahoma where she grew up on a Quarter Horse ranch with just broodmares and foals. Journey had a pretty late start to riding in life, but has always wanted to event. Journey has high aspirations in her riding career concerning the sport - high being CCI-5* one day! She loves horses, especially her horse, a 13.3 hh POA nicknamed “Imp” that she trained herself from the ground up. Journey is very excited to see where her work at Peachstone Farm takes her and is looking forward to meeting new faces along the way!

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