Lindsay Gilbert grew up on the east coast, cultivating her love of horses in Darnestown, Maryland at the Butler School Equestrian Program. There, she successfully competed on the Hunter/Jumper, Eventing and Dressage circuits. As her foundation grew, she found her passion in working with young horses, developing them for the school's lesson program.
In 2007, Lindsay moved to Bloomington, Indiana after spending a year in New England. Pursuing several opportunities offered to her, Lindsay spent time working in different barns, learning from top trainers in disciplines ranging from the Arabian circuit to Eventing. It was here that Lindsay purchased her first off-track Thoroughbred to retrain and quickly fell in love with the process.
After attending business school at Indiana University and obtaining a degree in Entrepreneurship, Lindsay opened Transitions Sport Horses to fill a need in her community for quality, affordable training options. Spending several years assisting clients in the Heartland, Lindsay moved to Lexington, Kentucky in 2015 to further pursue her love of Thoroughbreds and Eventing.
Lindsay has had the opportunity to compete in the Retired Racehorse Project annually since 2016, developing a Thoroughbred off-the-track for success in a variety of disciplines. She has competed in Field Hunters, Show Jumpers, Dressage and Eventing at the Makeover.
She is currently running her training and sales business from her personal farm in Georgetown, Kentucky. Lindsay offers on-site services and is not currently taking clients off-property.
Lindsay is also humbled to be training full time at Spy Coast Farm, in their Young Horse Development Center.