In 4 short years Wren went from never having jumped an entire course to successfully competing against able-bodied riders in rated shows at the 1.00m jumpers.
Wren began horseback riding at a therapeutic riding center (after she became legally blind).
In August 2014 Wren participated in her first competition, a 'schooling' horse show where she won Champion of the ‘Beginning Rider’ division).
In July 2015 Wren competed in my first Rated show (and second show ever) in classes at the 0.75, 0.85, and 0.90 meter Jumper level (earning four 1st places and four 2nd places).
Wren went on to compete throughout the summers of 2015 and 2016.
In August 2015, Wren competed in her first $1,500 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic where she placed 6th and earned her first National points and Prize Money.
In June 2016 Wren placed 2nd out of 15 entries in the Low Adult Jumper .95M Championship.
Later that month she won 1st place in the 0.96M Jumper Championship out of 14 entries.
In September 2016 Wren placed 2nd in the $500 Low Children’s/Adult ZONE IX Jumper Finals
In the summer of 2016 Wren started competing in the 1.00 division.
Wren placed third and fourth, respectively, in the 1.00m and Low Adult Amateur Jumper divisions in the Oregon Hunter Jumper Association regional system. She also was the recipient of a 2016 Stirrup Cup Award, earning 3rd place overall for Zone 9 in the Low Adult Jumper division.
In June 2017 Wren relocated to Louisville, KY and started working with trainer Martha Lambert at Land’s End Farm in Goshen, KY. Later in the year she moved to Safe Harbour Barn in Goshen, KY.
In May 2018 Wren received a training grant from the Challenged Athlete’s Foundation which allowed her to start training with current trainer, Elaine Schott, at River Mountain Farm in Versailles, KY.