Jake Parker Wymard - Trainer

Jake Parker Wymard is an emerging professional with a background in all three rings at the national level. In his first year as a professional, he qualified for Washington, Harrisburg and Devon in the Green 3’6 Hunters and two horses in the Green Hunter Incentive. As a junior, he qualified and competed at all major equitation finals, including the ASPCA Maclay Final Championships and Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final, as well as received top placings at U.S. Junior Hunter Championships.


Ginger Parker - Trainer

Ginger Parker is a 1990 graduate of Bucknell University and a 1993 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law; Ginger is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar. In 1983 through 1986, Ginger swept the Junior Hunter division with mount Sweet William, competing at all major events and qualifying for all finals. She also has extensive show miles through Third Level and was a working student in England with James Fisher, one of Britain’s most established professional show jumping riders.

From 2000 through 2006, Ginger competed Flower Farm-bred Nickender (Rampal x Verbella) in the Amateur Owner Hunters, finishing at the top of all of their classes, before trading in her Amateur status for Professional. Ginger has bred and trained both horses and riders that have competed at all major finals including Pony Finals, Junior Hunter Championships, Washington, Harrisburg and at the National Horse Show.


Erika Sentz - Sales, Media & Marketing

Erika Sentz has played an intricate role in the sales program at Ashcombe Sporthorses, LLC and Flower Farm for the last 10 years. A graduate of American University, Erika brings a diverse marketing background to the team with agency as well as corporate experience on top of that in the equestrian world. She is typically the first point of contact for buyers, breeders, and clients, working behind the scenes to ensure each client has an extraordinary experience with the Ashcombe team. Erika also works closely alongside Ginger and Jake in the breeding program and supports the development of young horses, often putting the first rides on them and working with them until they graduate to being ready to jump.