Hunter | Jumper | Equitation | Sales
Two Goals Farm
Two Goals Farm is a full service equestrian business based year round in Wellington, Florida. We offer Hunter, Jumper and Equitation training at all levels from beginner to international levels.
We specialize in importing, selling and purchasing quality show horses.
Our goal is to make your equestrian experience not only pleasant and positive, but successful as well.
Owner & Founder
Keri Kampsen is the owner and founder of Two Goals Farm, LLC based in Wellington, Florida. Two Goals Farm focuses on imports, sales, and training clients. Keri began her riding career training with Paddy Downing-Nyegard, Don Stewart Stables, and Quiet Hill Farm. Her junior highlights include 1996 AHSA Overall Large Junior Hunter riding Monticello, 4th place in the AHSA Medal Finals, and Winner of the 1997 ASPCA Maclay Finals held at Madison Square Garden. Throughout her professional career, Keri has ridden and trained clients to numerous national championships, and championships at WEF, HITS, Devon, Capital Challenge, Pennsylvania National Horse Show, Washington International Horse Show, and the National Horse Show. Keri also is a USEF “R” judge in Hunters and Equitation.
Lexy Reed grew up in Ocala, Florida where she trained with Don Stewart Stables and Quiet Hill Farm. Her junior highlights include Best Child Rider and Grand Junior Hunter Champion at the Devon Horse Show at the young age of 15. More championships would follow over the years including Best Child Rider and Grand Hunter Champion awards at Capital Challenge, The Hampton Classic, The National Horse Show in New York City, and Washington International. She was also Best Junior Jumper Rider at the Devon Horse Show and Capital Challenge, and finished 2nd in the prestigious Medal Finals. Her last two years as a junior she moved up to the Grand Prix's where she won at the Atlanta Classic, New Orleans, and HITS Ocala. Immediately after aging out of the junior divisions Lexy turned professional and moved to Holland where she lived and competed internationally for the next 10 years showing up to the FEI 4**** level. She has been heavily involved in the import of hunters, jumpers, and equitation horses ever since importing up to 100 horses and ponies a year.