Leigh Ann NosserLeigh Ann received her degree in speech pathology from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1989.She
was certified through NARHA (North American Riding for the Handicapped Association) as a therapeutic riding instructor.She is also a graduate of the Cheff Center in Augusta, Michigan.Leigh Ann was able to have the honor of serving as President of the Mississippi Junior Quarter Horse Association and as a member of the Mississippi Junior Quarter Horse World Championship Team.She
was a top thirty finalist in the Western Pleasure and Showmanship classes at the World Championships held in Tulsa, OK.
Other awards over the years include Top 15 ranking in the Hunter Under Saddle class at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress
and Winner of the Dixie National Quarter Horse Show in the Western Riding class.She
also had several horses qualifiy for the World Championship Quarter Horse Show in such events as: Hunter Under Saddle, Working Hunter, Western Pleasure and Showmanship.Leigh Ann has served as the Executive Director of Rainbow Farms Riding Center for the past seventeen years.