JP Roukis

JP’s passion for teaching, his extensive knowledge of showjumping, and his honest business practices have propelled him and his students to the top of the sport. JP’s caters to riders of all levels and ages from the Grand Prixs to the 3’6” equitation to the Walk/Trot.

Originally from Long Island, JP grew up as a working student for Jimmy Rice. He went on to work for Emil Spadone, Ralph Caristo, and Alan Korotkin. Much of JP’s knowledge and teaching style can also be traced back to Olympian Michael Page, who has mentored JP since his days as a junior rider.

As a junior, JP Rode in the USEF Medal, ASPCA Maclay, USET, Junior Hunters, and Junior Jumpers. JP had given back to the sport in several ways including severing on several USEF and USHJA committees including the USEF Board of Directors.

While JP’s students often enjoy success in the show ring, proper horsemanship and respect for the horses always come first. JP’s care and compassion for the horse are second to none.

Ali Wagstaff

Clients of Treasure Coast Stables are fortunate to have a top show jumping rider to assist with the training of them and their horse.

After a successful Junior and Amateur career which included riding at USEF Medal, ASPCA Maclay, and USET finals, numerous trips in Hunter Derbies, ribbons at USEF Pony Finals, as well as top placings in the 1.45 meter High Amateur Owner Jumpers, Ali is now a full time rider and trainer for Treasure Coast Stables. Ali's most recent acomplishment was a 7th place ribbon in the $25,000 Venice Grand Prix. Ali also has extensive experience working with green and unbroken horses and ponies. Ali has worked and ridden for Charlie Moorcroft, Geoff Teall, Monty Kelly, Nona Garson, Bill Lowry, and Kathy Fletcher.

It is hard to watch Ali ride without noticing her passion for flat work. This is something that the horses benefit tremendously from and something that rubs off on all of Treasure Coast’s riders.

In addition to her professional riding career, Ali is also in school for a doctorate in clinical psychology which she hopes to one day use in the field of sports psychology for riders.