Our Family

Since 1991, Faith Hill Farm has established itself as a community that welcomes everyone, from competitive riders, to burgeoning students, and to leisure riders. Ideally located in central Rhode Island, Faith Hill Farm has expanded its reach through the expertise of its owner, Pam Maloof. For over 27 years, Pam and her professional team have provided utmost care and impeccable service to their clients.


As a full service equestrian facility, Faith Hill Farm:

     - Offers a range of options to fit every rider’s personal style and preference

     - Creates unique coaching for both horse and rider through customized                training plans

     - Promotes equestrian pedagogical development

     - Gives riders learning options ranging from cross country, to eventing, to            dressage, to 4H

     - Strengthens each rider’s skills and encourages their success in and out of          the saddle

Team Faith Hill Farm has competed throughout the Northeast and makes regular appearances at Region 8 Dressage Championships, NAJYRC, and FEI Pony Nationals.

Laura and Red Iron, Mystic Valley Hunt Club Dressage

Leading Ladies: Pam Maloof

Our very own Pam Maloof was recently recognized by Providence Monthly and Providence Lady Project as a Leading Lady of Rhode Island! This award is a great way to honor the work that Pam has done as a devoted teacher to her riders and horses, and as a generous supporter of her community. Feel free to read the article by clicking on the link!

Your Team
Pamela Maloof
Head Coach, Farm Owner

Pam Maloof is a bronze and silver USDF medalist. She has proudly coached students who have competed successfully on the prestigious NAJYRC Region 8 Teams. Pam has graduated as a Balino Core Instruction and has attended German Riding School. She was the head coach of the URI IHSA Team, building it over 14 years and earning multiple Regional Team Championships and Reserve Championships. She was also the head coach of the URI IDA for over four years, earning multiple Regional Team Championships and Reserve Championships. As Faith Hill Farm's IEA and AEL head coach, she has sent many riders to the IEA Equitation Regional Championship Finals and was honored to earn the National AEL Reserve Championship in 2017. She is an EAGALA Equine Specialist, in parts 1 and 2. 

Pam and her students have had the great opportunity to regularly train and host clinics with the following international, World Championship and Olympic trainers: Lendon Gray, Lilo Fore, Eric Horgan, Courtney King Dye, Karl Mikolka, Conrad Schumacher, Hannes Muller, and Evi Rainsborough. They have also been able to attend the annual Trainers Symposium. Pam has coached and mentored her students to the following titles: Year End 3rd highest scoring pony FEI Pony Test National Pony Cup; 4th Place USA FEI Pony Championships; 1st Place NEDA Third Level Championship; 3rd Place NEDA 3rd Level Championship; Reserve Champion Regional Seat Finals, 3rd Place; 3rd Level Regional Championship, PSG I-1 3rd Place Regional Championship; 4th Place Jr Rider Region 8 NAJYRC; New England Morgan Champion 1st Level; New England Morgan Reserve Champion, 3rd Level, New England Morgan Reserve Champion Intro. 

Pam is also the founder of the Faith Hill Farm Foundation, a not-for-profit organization who works to support its community through equine assisted learning & psychotherapy. One of its current collaborations is with institutions such as Saint Mary's Home for Children in North Providence, RI. 

Dorothy Skierkowski 
Assistant Trainer
Katie Jenkins Beebe
Business Manager & Assistant Trainer

Dorothy has been riding and training with Pam Maloof since 2012. Under Pam's tutelage, she completed her USDF bronze medal and attended the Fourth Level USDF Regional Championships in September 2015 & again in 2016 riding First Level. 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.

Katie graduated from URI in 2008 where she competed with Pam as captain of the IHSA team. She has been riding for over 20 years but has spent the last 13 years riding with Pam. As an instructor at the Farm for the past 6 years, she is also Assistant Coach of the FHF IEA Team. Katie assists with the business/ scheduling operations at the Farm and resides in Portsmouth, Rhode Island with her husband, daughter, and two dogs, Lola & Jordan.

"In a world where you can be anything, be kind" 

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