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Lindsay Neubarth
Lindsay Neubarth

Position:
Associate Head Coach (Hunt Seat)

Alma Mater:
Auburn (2003)

Lindsay Neubarth enters her third season as associate head coach for the Auburn 
equestrian program after five seasons as assistant hunt seat coach.

She was promoted to associate head coach in the summer of 2009, Neubarth was integral in leading the Tigers to their first overall National Championship in 2006, the Hunt Seat title in 2008, the Southern Equestrian Championship in 2010 and the Overall National Championship in 2011.

Neubarth graduated from Auburn University in 2003 with a double major in psychology and criminology and a minor in Spanish.

During her time at Auburn, Neubarth was a part of the Equestrian team from 1999-2003 where she dominated the hunt seat arena and was one of the team's top competitors. As a member of the club team, Neubarth was chosen to assist in coaching for the 2000 season. In her senior year, she was the 12th-ranked hunt seat rider in the country and was high point hunt seat rider for the Southeast Region. That same year, she was named the 2003 Region High Point Rider of the Year.

Neubarth spent her years as a working student while competing, taking up her first job at the age of 11. Her passion for horses began at the age of 7 when she began to take lessons. Her first competition was at the age of 9.

Eight months prior to coaching at Auburn, Neubarth was the administrative aide to Representative Thom Collier from Ohio. After graduation, she was road manager for Branch Hill Farm in Cincinnati where she managed and rode nationally ranked horses and ponies on the hunter and jumper "AA" show circuit.

In 2004, Neubarth was named assistant coach after the passing of long time assistant coach Herb Schneider. Neubarth is currently working on her master's degree in Sports Management.

During the 2009-10 season, Neubarth coached three riders selected for the individual championships at the Varsity Equestrian National Championships. She coached 2010 FTI-WEF Collegiate Equitation Challenge winner Maggie McAlary and Anna Schierholz in the Over Fences Championship and Katie Breedlove in the Equitation on the Flat Championship.

She is the daughter of Skip and Corky Neubarth and has three siblings. Neubarth is also the aunt of six.