Ken Levy, Legacy Farm's trainer/instructor has
been an active equestrian for more than 20 years. He experience is broad based including: Fox Hunting (life
member of the Masters of Fox Hunter’s Association), show hunters, Eventing and dressage. Ken currently
owns and operates Legacy Farm Dressage with his wife Barbara where he trains and teaches beginners through advanced riders.
Levy’s Dressage education includes both International and
National components. Ken has trained in Europe and in the U.S. under renowned trainers such as Egon von
Neindorf, Walter Zettle, Bo Jena, Charles Dekunffy, Hilda Gurney, Ann Guptil, Janet Brown, Gerhard Politz, Liz Searle, Michael
Barrisone, J. Ashton-Moore, Debra Bowman, Liselotte Fore, Sue Blinks, Belinda Narin, Kay Meredith, Sue Kolstad, Juan Mattuda
and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann.
Ken is an active dressage competitor, competing
through Grand Prix. As a dressage competitor Ken has won many local, state, regional and National awards.
Ken is also a USDF “L” graduate and a USEF “r” dressage judge. Additionally,
Ken is a USDF Certified Instructor.
Levy is also an active volunteer for the dressage
community. He has been a member of the Indiana Dressage Society for approximately 20 years.
He is the current IDS President and is a two-time past IDS President and Vice President and has served as an
IDS director for more than 15 years. Ken is also very active Nationally. He has been
a USDF Participating Member Delegate, served on the USDF Marketing Committee (led the USDF Member-Get-A-Member program)
and for 5 years was Chairperson for the USDF Membership Committee. In 2008 Ken was appointed by the USDF to
chair the 2009 Ad Hoc Committee for the USDF membership restructuring and fee schedule. At the 2009 USDF Annual Meeting, Ken
was elected USDF Region 2 Director.
Legacy Farm is ideally situated just North of Indianapolis, Indiana and half
way between Noblesville and Westfield Indiana. Access to the farm is served by major highways from all directions.
Legacy Farm offers the finest of horse care and careful attention to the rider's needs. We have a 60 x
130 indoor arena with rubber/sand footing and an automated watering system. There is a full-size sand,competition
dressage ring and a grass exercise area with a hill for building endurance.
Horses receive either pasture turnout
or private/semi-private turnout in paddocks. We have a wash stall with hot and cold water and 14 large stalls with rubber
mats. Most stalls have Dutch doors for optimal ventilation.
Barb Levy, the barn manager, is a trained
dietitian and works with each horse and rider in order to optimize the feed requirements for the equine athlete.
Legacy Farm is a friendly, but quiet, facility that caters to your individual needs.