Ilana Halpern

Ilana Halpern grew up riding in her hometown of Buffalo, New York under the careful guidance of Julie Moody, Jennifer Alfano and Susie Schoellkopf. After graduating from Princeton University in 2011, Ilana moved to Northern California where she found a home at Hunterville Stables working for Patty Ball. Since then, Ilana has become a staple of the hunter ring on the West Coast, garnering many tri-colors and top derby placings at horse shows throughout the state. In 2017, Ilana opened Awakening Sporthorses, a business that later evolved into Ilana Halpern, LLC.

Terry Greenstreet

Whether riding, teaching or training, Terry Greenstreet is an essential part of Ilana Halpern, LLC. Growing up in Denver, Colorado, Terry has been a lifelong student of the sport since his first encounter with a horse at the age of 5. Under the guidance of Louise McConnell, he experimented with multiple disciplines such as hunters, jumpers, western, dressage, all the while retaining strong fundamentals in horsemanship. Terry graduated from the University of Denver in 1986 and went on to work in Florida and Arizona. He has spent the last 30 years in Northern California, much of that time working with Diane Yeager. Terry received his  "r" license from USEF for Hunters, Hunt Seat Equitation in January 2020 and is currently pursing his "R" license.

Stephanie Davenport

Stephanie Davenport’s horsemanship acumen and expertise reaches every facet of Ilana Halpern, LLC. Growing up in England in a family heavily involved in Thoroughbred breeding and training, Stephanie's background experience includes starting babies, galloping racehorses, restarting racehorses for second careers as well as commercial sales. In addition to completing jockey training courses in England, she has worked as an assistant anesthesiologist and vet assistant. After moving to California, Stephanie transitioned to working with event horses and eventually hunter/jumper horses. Stephanie began working with Ilana in late 2018; since joining the business, there is not one aspect of horse and rider management, training and day to day operations that Stephanie does not enhance.