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 Jordan began her riding career at a very early age and was quickly introduced to 3 day eventing.  She competed in her first 3 day horse trials at age 7 and by 14 was competing at the preliminary/ 2* level. Jordan was an active member of the United States Pony Club and Area VI young rider program in her JR years. In the summer of 2006 she moved east to work under USEA Hall of Fame rider, and Olympic and World Equestrian Games Medalist Bruce Davidson Sr. 
 In the spring of 2011 Jordan planted her roots in her hometown of Loomis, CA while based out of her parent's premier eventing facility, Twin Palms. In the summer of 2015 she was lucky enough to venture out on her own and develop JB Sport Horses.
Jordan has developed several horses through the FEI levels of eventing and through the 1.30m "A" circuit jumpers. She has a passion for dressage and believes in instilling a strong fundamental base in all of her horses regardless of discipline.  Jordan's riding and training has been heavily influenced by several top riders of their sports, including Bruce Davidson SR, Linda Allen, and Heidi Chote.  While riding and training are essential parts of her business Jordan loves coaching and developing riders who are passionate about their sport.

​Outside of the barn Jordan enjoys spending time with her family.  Most weekends she can be found watching her son, Grant playing football for the Colfax JR Falcons, while her husband, Kris is coaching, and  watching her daughter, Charlie cheerleading with her JR Falcons team or riding and showing her pony, "Little Bit". Jordan also loves snowboarding with her kids, going out for family drives in their Polaris Ranger, and DIY home projects.  
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