a closer look at our farm
Since 1991, Faith Hill Farm has established itself as a community that welcomes everyone, from competitive riders and beginners. Ideally located in central Rhode Island, Pam and her professional team have provided impeccable care and service to their clients for over 27 years.
Team Faith Hill Farm regularly competes throughout the Northeast making appearances at Region 8 Dressage Championships, NAYC, Festival of Champions, local 3 phase, 4H and AEL/IEA Events.
Our Lesson program spans all skill levels and takes an integrated approach to skill planning and development. For more information on our program click:
Laura and Red Iron, Mystic Valley Hunt Club Dressage
meet our team
Head Coach, Farm Owner
Pam Maloof is a bronze and silver USDF medalist. She has proudly coached several nationally awarded students and horses, including JR/Young riders who have competed successfully on the prestigious NAJYRC Region 8 Teams. Her students regularly compete at USEF Festival of Champions at Lamplight, including the FEI Pony and FEI Childrens National Championship divisions as well as USDF National Championships in Kentucky. She has sat on the standards and ethics committee, Region 8 for 10+ years. Pam graduated as a Balino Core Instructor and has attended The German Riding School.
She was the head coach of the URI IHSA Team and URI IDA, building it over 14 years and earning multiple Regional Team Championships and Reserve Championships.
As Faith Hill Farm's AEL head coach, she has sent many riders to the AEL National Championship Finals and was honored to earn the National AEL Team Reserve Championship in 2017.
She is a Certified EAGALA Equine Specialist, and the founded of the Faith Hill Farm Foundation in 2017 to bring healing to the RI's most vulnerable community.
Certified Eagala Equine Specialist
Dawn has been riding for over 40 years, and has a strong background in dressage. In 1996, Dawn and her daughters started riding with Pam, becoming educated and competent riders under her tutelage. Dawn has been growing and nurturing her own herd of horses – large and miniature – alongside her four children and a myriad of cats and dogs at her small farm in East Greenwich, for 20 years.
Dawn and her AMHA registered miniature horse, Grosshills Mini Pearl , “Pearl” have visited schools, nursing homes, participated in charitable events/ fundraisers, and performed home visits. They have even walked in a parade!
Several years ago, Dawn was drawn to the Eagala Model of equine therapy and its potential to bring peace, connection, and healing via horses, to those that might not otherwise have access to equine therapy. She soon became certified.
It is Dawn’s great joy to share the sense of peace that comes from sharing space with horses. The Eagala Model – which utilizes a team consisting of a mental health professional , an equine specialist and horses– truly allows for growth and healing and it is something Dawn is extremely passionate about.
Hayley has been riding and competing since she was a small child. She was an active participant in 4-H and Pony Club. She has her BS in Equine Studies from Wilson College. She went on to earn her Law Degree from Charleston School of Law, passing the bar in 2015. Hayley’s equestrian background is in eventing and dressage. Hayley and her husband, Matt, began riding with Pam in 2020. We are thrilled to announce Hayley recently earned her USDF Bronze Medal.
Hayley enjoys teaching students at Faith Hill Farm and helping them achieve their goals. Hayley resides in West Greenwich with her husband and corgi, Dante. If you visit Faith Hill Farm, be sure to stop by and visit Hayley’s WB mare, Valencia!
KATIE JENKINS BEEBE
Katie graduated from URI in 2008 where she competed with Pam as captain of the IHSA team.
Katie is a licensed life, accident and health producer at a boutique retiree healthcare focused firm in Newport, RI. In her spare time she enjoys assisting with the client relations and marketing sides of FHF and FHFF. She resides in Portsmouth, Rhode Island with her husband, daughter, son and two dogs, Lola & Jordan.
Dorothy has been riding and training with Pam Maloof since 2012. Under Pam. she completed her USDF bronze medal and attended the Fourth Level USDF Regional Championships in September 2015 & again in 2016 riding First Level.
Dorothy also qualified for US Dressage Finals in 2019 in the Freestyle division. She is currently working toward obtaining her silver medal, and has a love for the sport of Dressage.
Dorothy has a background in eventing and working with young horses, but also enjoys assisting with teaching at Faith Hill Farm and helping riders reach their goals and full potential.
Rachel has been riding and competing with Pam since 2014. She is a proud member of Faith Hill's AEL team, Summer Camp Program and heads the farm's 4H club. Although Rachel especially enjoys introducing adult beginners to the world of riding. As resident "barn mom" Rachel can be found corralling our many youth riders (including her own two girls and four legged mare, Tempest.)
Rachel holds her MFA in Theatre from DePaul University and an MA in English Literature from Oxford University. She is an Assistant Professor of Performance at the University of Rhode Island. Fun fact: Rachel has yet to meet a chestnut mare she doesn't like!
Maddie has been riding with Pam since 2012 when she started in FHF summer camp which she has been helping with the program for the past two years. She is a student at Salve Regina University and rode on the SRU Equestrian Team during the 2020-21 season. She found her heart horse, Libby, through Pam and the two have been showing in the hunter jumper ring for the past 5 years.
Maddie enjoys hopping on any new pony that arrives at FHF and helping new riders set and achieve their goals.
Likes: chestnut mares, Harry Styles, schooling ponies, jumping anything and everything, pickles
Tyla started riding horses at the age of 7 and grew up with them in her backyard. She has been a member of pony camps, 4-H, and IEA teams. At the age of 13 she joined the Faith Hill Farm family and has been riding and showing with Pam ever since. Together they trained her formerly owned Morgan pony, Faithfully, to third level.
Tyla resides in West Greenwich RI with her corgi, Merlot, and her 3 cats, but you can usually find her at FHF snuggling with any of the many critters (especially Stu) or her horse Mojo!
Carissa was coached by Pam from 2012-2016 when she rode competitively for the University of Rhode Island Equestrian Team. She has English and Western riding experience and was Faith Hill Farm’s 2020 summer camp director.
Carissa has extensive experience working with individuals with differing needs. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has dedicated her career to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals with disabilities. Carissa teaches Faith Hill Farm’s younger riders, as well as riders who benefit from a therapeutic environment and teaching style. She is currently pursuing her Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor certification through PATH Intl. One of her favorite parts of teaching is helping someone ride for the very first time. If Carissa isn’t at the barn on a Saturday, she’s usually either camping or skiing!