Arlene “Tuny” Page, owner of Stillpoint Farm, has been a leader in Wellington’s dressage community for decades. She began her professional riding career as a three-day event rider in the 1970s, making the switch to dressage in the 1990s. She was the U.S. Freestyle Champion and U.S. representative to the FEI World Cup in 2006, as well as an alternate to the World Equestrian Games team in 2006, to note just a few highlights from her long career. Page has long been a champion of the Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center and also one of the founding members in building the Adequan Global Dressage Festival, of which her Stillpoint Farm remains a key sponsor. Page credits Vincente Guilloteau for allowing her to develop a great partnership with her world-class partner, Woodstock. After many years in the ring together, the pair is still posting strong showings, such as a second-place finish in the Grand Prix Freestyle CDI4*, presented by Havensafe Farm, during AGDF Week 10 last year. Page also serves the dressage community on the USET Foundation Board of Trustees and the USEF High Performance and Active Athlete Committee.