Haley Berget Class of 2019 Senior Model

Downtown Oconomowoc Portrait Session

In my spare time I show horses and this past year I was on the 2018 United States Saddle Seat World Cup 5-Gaited Team where we competed against South Africa, Canada and Namibia! After months of practice we competed in July in Kentucky and we earned the Gold Medal! I have been working my entire riding career for the opportunity to showcase my riding in the Saddle Seat division and this past year my dreams came true after years of hard work! I am only the 13th rider to win the coveted Saddle Seat Triple Crown of Equitation since 1972! It was an amazing and busy year to say the least! When I am not traveling related to my riding most weekends for horse shows, and in my spare time I work at the barn and try my best to hang out with friends! I enjoy going to the Corners of Brookfield and a local coffee shop in Oconomowoc to hang out. Outside of that I am an online high school student which was a decision our family decided to switch to my sophomore year because of the flexibility needed for travel with horse shows! My future plan is to attend the University of Wisconsin Waukesha to get all my core classes completed then I plan to attend The Ohio State University with a goal of attending Law School in the future. I am very excited for what the future holds!

Local teen wins rare Triple Crown in horse riding competition

HARTLAND– Haley Berget is a senior in high school. She is home schooled and takes classes online. Haley rides Saddle Seat Equitation for Knollwood Farm, LLC in Hartland. This year she achieve the coveted Triple Crown of Saddle Seat Equitation by winning the three legs of the Triple Crown in one show season.

Knollwood Farms Senior Portrait Session

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