Anne Marie McNulty
President / registration / announcers booth
Anne-Marie started riding as a day camper at the age of 7 and got her first horse at at 14. She rode English hunter for a few years and grew to enjoy western and trail riding. She first started coming to Shilo Riding Club in 2013 when she trailered a youth rider to all her shows. She enjoyed the relaxed family atmosphere at Shilo and began her daughter’s barrel racing competitions in 2021, and became President of the club of the 2023 season.
Advisor / Announcers Booth
Liz likes to say she is that grumpy old woman who won’t go away, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth! Liz is a jack of all trades when it comes to Shilo, has one firecracker personality and if there is anything you want to know – she’s your gal! Liz grew up with horses and when she heard about a club starting up, she knew she wanted to be involved. She joined the committee in 2005 and just loves helping everyone. Liz also sponsors the Sportsmanship Award that is given to one special member every year who embodies the fun, helpfulness and winning attitude of the Shilo Club.
Vice President / Social Media / Registration
Isabella has been riding since she was 8 and has been coming to Shilo since she got her first horse at 14, and has a deep passion for horsemanship. Even though she has now ventured into the eventing world, Isabella and her sister still make sure to take their first horse out to do what she loves most at Shilo. Isabella joined Shilo to continue to tradition of providing a fun club for riders of all ages to enjoy the sport.
Secretary / Volunteer Coordinator
Emily started riding trails with her mom as a kid and was given a foal at the age of 10. That horse sparked her love for the horse industry and got her into barrel racing at Shilo at 16. Emily now attends the university of Guelph for equine and bio-resource management and is on the Guelph IHSA western riding team, to compete in western horsemanship.
announcers booth / Advisor / Registration
Amanda grew up in the city and has been riding since she was 9 years old. Amanda got her first horse at 14, and now lives on her dream farm with her family, horses, cows, dogs and cats. Though she spent most of her competition riding career in the English rings, she now enjoys groundwork, trail riding and exploring the basic training side of horsemanship – and watching the next generation enjoy the show ring! She joined the Shilo committee after watching her kids and nieces at the events and seeing how Shilo is so fun and family friendly.
Paislee has been riding since 2013 and her passion for horses has grown since, She was introduced to the club in 2018 and always knew she wanted to become a part of the club. In her spare time she teaches young kids how to ride and works on growing her small business.
Treasurer / Announcers booth