Cambridge, NY. The hills at Long Shadows Farm in Cambridge, NY were alive with horses, spectators, love, and inspiration during Chantal Turvey’s exhibition and clinic which took place October 19-22. Turvey drew a large crowd for the Friday night show which was sponsored by Hughes Insurance and Whitman’s Poulin Feed. Turvey thrilled young and old alike with her trick riding and horse training. Through her relationships with her horse, Nicholas, and pony, Razor, Turvey personifies her message of overcoming personal trauma to have self confidence and healthy honest relationships with people and animals.

“I have found a new spiritual home at Long Shadows Farm and in Washington County, New York,” said Turvey. “The people who came to the show were so genuine and kind. I am thankful to Long Shadows Farm and its owners Paul and Arlene Lotters, the staff, the sponsors and attendees for making this event happen and for their worthwhile work at Long Shadows Charitable Foundation. I am looking forward to coming back in Spring 2019.”

Turvey spent the weekend putting on a horsemanship clinic where participants and their horses learned to develop a better mutual relationship and communication skills.

Long Shadows Charitable Foundation is already planning for Turvey’s return in spring, 2019.

“We look forward to welcoming Chantal in the spring for another show and clinic as well as some additional inspirational and spiritual programs for women and veterans,” added Paul Lotters, president of Long Shadows Charitable Foundation. “Her spirit and love for horses and people fit perfectly with the mission and work of Long Shadows.”

Long Shadows Charitable Foundation (LFCS) is dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating horses who have been abandoned, abused, neglected or are no longer wanted or cared for by their owners. Long Shadows provides a safe, healthy, and trusting environment for horses to heal their physical and emotional health. Through gentle natural care and re-training, our horses’ lives are transformed. And, as equine partners in Equine Gestalt Coaching Method (EGCM) programs, and other healing programs for American veterans, first-responders and others, they thrive. For more information, go to, email:, or call 518-928-6161.

Chantal (Turvey) Corminboeuf is a passionate and inspired trainer and performer who works with horses, those who love them and the entertainment industry. There’s a good chance you’ve already seen her work. She has trained the equine stars of such movies as SelmaUndergroundThe Walking Dead television series, as well as television shows and films. Turvey spent many years as the co-creator of performances with stuntman and trick horse trainer, Tommie Turvey. For more information go to: