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The Stoneleigh-Burnham School Equestrian Wall of Fame honors and celebrates the achievements of our alumnae who have made significant contributions and brought distinction to various areas of the equestrian world. Inductees are celebrated with a ceremony every other year.

Wall of Fame inductees have been involved in the equestrian field in numerous ways including as rider, trainer, coach, breeder, owner, artist, journalist, jockey, author, veterinarian, judge, manager, rescuer, ASPCA, braider, groom, equine pharmaceuticals and photographer.

2017 Wall of Fame Honoree

Vicki Humphrey Oliver ’91

Vicki Humphrey Oliver is an accomplished Thoroughbred trainer based at Keeneland in Lexington, Kentucky. Her North American career earnings exceed $10 million with 230 wins through 2017. She grew up with horses on her parents’ Shawnee Farm near Harrodsburg, KY. Before starting work at the race track, Vicki rode show horses in her youth and as a student at Stoneleigh-Burnham. She then attended Wittenberg University and majored in Sociology with a minor in Business. Her early professional career began with summer work for a blacksmith and veterinarian. She then worked for the King Ranch and for horse trainer Elliot Walden. Vicki, who gallops many of her own horses, is usually well acquainted with the runners in her care. Such was the case with Frivolous, who won the 2014 Falls City (G2) and 2015 Fleur De Lis (G2) at Churchill Downs.

Nomination and Selection Process

Inductees are determined by a selection committee based on criteria of achievement, record, advancement, and/or demonstration of a significant contribution to the equine field.

To nominate an alumna to be inducted into the Stoneleigh-Burnham Equestrian Wall of Fame, please fill out the nomination form below.