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Ashton Phillips

Head Coach of The Equestrian Team

New York University

HQ Phone:  (212) 998-4500

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New York University

70 Washington Square South

New York City, New York,10012

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in the United States. The University, which is composed of 14 schools, colleges, and divisions, occupies five major centers in Manhattan. It operates branch campus and research programs in ...more

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Employment History

Head Coach of the Equestrian Team

Princeton University


Trainer

Essex Equestrian Center


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Sixth-Annual Alumni Tournament of Champions story - June 4, 2017

campusequestrian.com [cached]

Dartmouth College graduate Stacy Klein (third on right, holding silver plate) has trained with current Princeton and New York University coach Ashton Phillips (third on left) for almost two years.
"I would rather be beaten by one of my own students than someone else's," said Phillips after both his '15 and '17 ATOC appearances. Ashton Phillips, who finished second in the same division two seasons earlier to former student and Tufts graduate Katie Schaaf, again received the red ribbon as Stacy Klein won. A 1990 Dartmouth College graduate (and member of the Rutgers University faculty today) Klein had trained the past few years with Phillips. Phillips, a 1989 Virginia Intermont College graduate who currently coaches both New York University and Princeton University, was again quoted as saying "I would rather finish second to one of my own students than to someone else's! Had Phillips won the most bizarre streak would have continued, for Virginia Intermont College no longer exists (it ceased operations in 2014). 2. Ashton Phillips, Virginia Intermont College.


Welcome to Essex Equestrian Center

essexequestrian.com [cached]

Tim Leuzarder has been connected with Essex since 1994, first as a student of Ashton Phillips and now as a trainer for the past four years.
Ashton Phillips Ashton Phillips Ashton began riding in the middle of New York City while attending Trinity school on Manhattan's upper west side. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Equine Studies from Virginia Intermont College. Ashton is the Head Coach of The New York University Equestrian Team who train at EEC. Since he began training the team in the 2006/2007 season, they have won two consecutive Intercollegiate Horse Show Association year end regional high point team championships and one reserve championship. In addition, Ashton is the Head Coach of the Princeton University Equestrian Team. He coached his Princeton team to the same year end championship in a separate region in 2006. Representing his alma mater he has won four IHSA national reserve championships. Ashton has competed at major "A" rated horse shows throughout the east coast, from Lake Placid to Lexington. He has taught at EEC for over two decades and offers instruction in Hunter Seat Equitation through the open level.


IHSA Zone 2, Region 4 Most Recent Show

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New York University Head Coach Ashton Phillips (left) is from New York City.


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Phillips was forced to dismount as well.
Schaaf slipped one place to fifth while everyone let out their yearly gasp when Phillips was fourth. Phillips, who is coach for both the New York University and Princeton University equestrian teams (which are in different regions) has set the all-time IHSA record for consecutive appearances at IHSA Nationals shows. Phillips has competed in at least one alumni class at every IHSA National show starting with the 2002 event hosted by Cazenovia College. Save for Phillips no rider has ever put together such a streak without missing a year here or there. Though Phillips has ridden at ten straight Nationals he has never won an alumni class at the year-end show. 4. Ashton Phillips, Virginia Intermont College.


IHSA Zone 2, Region 4 Most Recent Show

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As of October 22nd, New York University Head Coach Ashton Phillips (far right) can claim to be at the helm of two separate teams leading their respective regions in two separate Zones!
The NYU team poses with Phillips after tieing Fairfield for High Point Team at the Hofstra show.


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