Our Staff

Windmill stables owners
Matt and Sandy Seaton
Owners
Matt and Sandy strive to build a team and culture at Windmill Stables that gives the best quality care to the horses and an enjoyable and safe experience to the riders, students, and boarders. They value the opportunity to be in a highly populated area while offering a “country barn” atmosphere for our patrons to enjoy.
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Amy Causey
Barn Manager and Lead Instructor

Amy has a BS degree in Equine Science from Colorado State University where she was a part of the IHSA show team in both hunt seat and western disciplines.  She has been training, showing, and teaching lessons for over 20 years.  Amy is a USEF licensed judge in the Hunter, Jumper, Hunt Seat Equitation, and Arabian divisions and she travels around the country to judge throughout the year.  Amy is also certified as a Master Level therapeutic riding instructor with PATH International.  While managing a large therapy center in the DFW area for 6 years, Amy earned three other certifications from PATH Intl.- therapeutic carriage driving, interactive vaulting, and equine specialist in mental health.  Amy enjoys teaching horsemanship to riders of all abilities and has a passion for competition.

Sergio Munoz
Sergio Munoz
Facility/Maintenance & Stable Supervisor
Sergio has been with Windmill Stables for over 16 years. He has extensive experience and an in depth knowledge of our horses and the stables. He is responsible for the overall maintenance and daily running of the facility, feeding, cleaning, and administering medicine. He is an integral part of Windmill Stables and takes extreme pride in his work. Everyone loves and highly respects Sergio.
Debbie Salisbury
Debbie Salisbury
Senior Trainer and Instructor
Debbie has a B.S. degree in Equestrian Studies with a dual concentration in Teaching/Training and Stable Management from Wilson College in Chambersburg, PA. With over 15 years of instructional experience, Debbie has a passion for teaching lessons and training horses. She loves helping beginners become comfortable, confident, and efficient as they learn all of the basics. Encouraging riders to understand the theory behind how their body affects the movement of the horse is incorporated into every lesson, and she is happy to help those interested in learning and implementing training methods.
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Maggie McClanahan
Senior Trainer and Instructor
Maggie embarked on her career with horses at a young age and has been teaching horse and rider for over 15 years.  With a background in both western and English riding, she has had the opportunity to train with CCI**** eventing superstar Bruce Davidson, Sr. and Grand Prix dressage rider Reeese Koffler-Stanfield. Maggie has competed many different horses across multiple disciplines through the years and enjoys sharing her extensive knowledge with the riders and trainers of the future.
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Grace Griffen
Volunteer Trainer and Instructor
Grace graduated from Sweet Briar College in 2014 where she spent four years representing the college at A rated hunter/jumper shows on the East Coast.  She continues to show her hunter, Classified, at rated shows and last year finished the season with a top 5 zone ranking.  Grace has hunter, jumper, and equitation experience and loves teaching the fundamentals of jumping.
Avery Seaton
Avery Seaton
Assistant Barn Manager and Trainer
Graduating from high school with honors, Avery has aspirations to train horses and become an equine instructor as her life long career. She is interning under Dr. David Celella at Rockwall Equine Center and she is currently in the process of getting certified to become an Equine Farrier focusing on Natural Horsemanship and Hoof Care. She currently apprentices under the Windmill Stables Senior instructors.  Avery has a deep passion for horses as well as children.
Amber Smith
Amber Smith
Assistant Stable Supervisor
Amber is a sophomore in college who has a deep passion for horses and their care. She has spent many years volunteering at various equine facilities and has chosen Windmill Stables as her home. She has responsibility for maintaining the facility on the weekends including feeding, cleaning and general horse care. She plans to continue her studies in zoology while continuing to advance her riding skills every chance she gets.