Jennifer Waxman is from Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Jennifer went to Auburn University and competed on the equestrian team after an extensive junior career. Highlights of her junior career include an individual gold medal at the NAJYRC, being a recipient of the Lionel Guerrand-Hermès Award, and championships at Devon and indoors in the junior hunters. At Auburn, Jennifer was awarded the 2014 Leah Rawls Atkins award, which is given to Auburn’s female student athlete of the year. She was also the 2014 SEC Scholar Athlete of the year for equestrian. After school, she took a break from competitive riding but decided to turn professional in the Fall of 2016 and hasn’t looked back since.
Jennifer has worked for Madison Hills Farm, Boggs Hill Farm and most recently Spy Coast Farm. Jennifer is now freelancing in both the hunter and jumper rings in Wellington, Florida as well starting a sale horse business.