FCS Equestrian Center

Somewhere between the rider you’ve become,
the hours of practice you'’ve put in and the
instructors that have pushed you is the little girl
who fell in love with the sport and never
looked back.
Author: Justyne Albright

Instructor and Trainer: Justyne Albright

Justyne shares high quality training and experience coaching students to advance skills in equitation, hunter/jumper, low level dressage, safety, trail riding, and fundamentals of horse care. Her students have successfully competed in local and regional shows, such as 4H local and State competitions. She has twenty-five years of professional training from top equestrian instructors and trainers in York and surrounding counties. She has taken that knowledge and used it to help other equestrians and their horses achieve their goals for the last twelve years.

Justyne's personal riding achievements, most notable has been her sponsorship on the Eastern Regional Arabian Circuit in Western Pleasure, Hunter Under Saddle, Grooming & Showmanship, Saddle seat, Halter and Liberty Classes.

Justyne has also been accredited for beginning Central York High School's Equestrian Club. She has given its club members the opportunity to experience different training seminars, trail events, as well as teaching them different aspects of tack, horse anatomy, and the importance of proper equitation.

With her passion and love for horses, Justyne is compelled to teach other equestrians, passing on her knowledge and expertise to others. It is the vast range of disciplines she has studied and the many different techniques and forms that enabled her to coach. It is important for her to give her students the opportunities they need; as well as, the ability to strive toward their goals in the equestrian sport.




  • "Having lessons with Justyne is fun and I am learning so much in just a couple of months with her. I would not want anyone but Justyne to work with. She is a great teacher and I ..."
  • "Justyne started with my daughter last winter, helping her with our paint. Amy had only been seriously riding a year, and was not progressing with her previous instructor. Our..."
    Holly Boulay

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