Founder of Reigning Phoenix, Nuth has grown up around horses and has been trailering since the days of having her learner’s permit. Not only has she structured and run multiple horse-back riding summer camps that both the children, as well as the volunteer camp counselors, have loved returning to, but Nuth is also planning to offer clinic & coaching opportunities in the future involving natural horsemanship, bareback & free riding, as well as Jumpers. While the typical Hunter/Jumper/Equitation world is much of Nuth’s experience both in competition and coaching, she continues to undertake training and enjoying other disciplines and adventures including eventing, fox hunting, trails & obstacles, beach riding, and whatever opportunity arises (mounted archery and endurance races are next on her list).
Nuth has competed in the National Capital Equitation League (NCEL), the Inter-School Horse Show Series (ISHS), the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA), the Black-Eyed Susan Horse Show Series (BEST), and the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) for lower-level show leagues (competed up to 3’6” Jumpers) up through college, and she has also had her personal horses been invited to compete in the Thoroughbred Alliance Show Series and the Colonial Classic Horse Show.
While Nuth is aspiring to be more active in USEF and USHJA competitions in the future, as well as to attend more cross-country events, endurance races, and fox hunting outings, she is quite satisfied and plenty busy balancing work as a software engineer, her life with friends and family, and her horses’ care & training.
As of 2019, Nuth has also committed to hosting the Elizabeth Seton High School Equestrian Club as a fellow alumna from the Class of 2014 and plans to structure it as she had hosted during her enrollment at the school.