|RCR Farm is located in the Chandler/Gilbert area in the southeast valley. RCR boasts oversized stalls and a 140x300 riding arena with all weather sand footing. The farm has large grass turnouts in which each horse spends several hours a day. Other amenities include a round pen and hot walker. RCR tailors its feeding and care program to each horse's needs. In addition to hosting our training program, RCR farm in 2010 proudly stands the elite Hanoverian stallion, Cabalito and has been breeding top hunter/jumper prospects for many years.|
Renae Coates grew up riding in the Phoenix area. Starting in the Three-day eventing discipline she turned her focus to concentrate only on dressage. Under the tutelage of several top dressage trainers and clinicans, Renae earned many year end awards thru Fourth level in both the Open and Junior/Young Rider divisions. She qualified and won both the Second and Third level Junior/Young Rider Championships on the Westcoast. She was also awarded her USDF Bronze Medal and earned scores toward her Silver medal. She also had good scores in the Young Rider division. Renae also stayed competitive in the jumping discipline showing in the Hunter/Jumper division as well. She was a top competitor in the Junior Equitation ring, as well as the Junior Hunter division. Moving into the Amateur Owner division she and her wonderful hunter Avant Garde were winning championships all over the Southwest including Indio, Ca where they were the winners of the Junior/Amateur Owner Hunter Classic against the strongest competition on the Westcoast. Renae turned professional after graduating from Arizona State University, where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Business Marketing. She went to work for her long-time trainer Sherry Templin. There, Renae helped train the young horses, showed professionally in the Open Hunter and Jumper divisions and trained the Junior and Amateur clientele. She spent twelve years as Sherry's assistant before opening the training side of RCR Farm, in June 2008.