Jordan began riding at the age of 6 at a hunter/jumper lesson barn in Monroe, GA. What started out as a weekend hobby soon became a lifetime passion. She began showing with her first pony, Comet, at 4H shows at 11 years old and moved up to the local circuits on her horse Jeremy when she was 13. As a junior rider, Jordan earned many year-end championships and medals in the hunter, jumper, and equitation divisions. During her early adult years, Jordan began working with rescue horses and off-the-track thoroughbreds and taking them into the show ring before placing them into new homes. In 2014, Jordan opened her riding and training services to the public at O2 Equestrian in Social Circle, GA. Since then, she has coached many riders to championships in the show ring as well as helping those without horse show ambitions become better riders and more complete horsemen. Jordan continues her education as a trainer, rider, and coach through multiple clinics with the industry’s best professionals as well as her continuing relationship with her mentor Kat Mulkey of Four Seasons Farm. She also finds time to volunteer for the Georgia Department of Agriculture, helping find new adoptive homes for abused and neglected horses. As of the fall of 2018, Jordan is now the IEA coach for the Mill Creek High School Equestrian Team.