Meet The Team

Courtney Phibbs Boyd


Courtney Boyd is a 3 time United States Equestrian Federation National Jumper Champion, and while attending Skidmore College was the team captain and 4 time Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Equitation Champion. She has been Champion at many shows across North America including the Devon Horse Show, Washington International Horse Show and the American Gold Cup. She has been a winner at the Grand Prix level in addition to many top placings and circuit championships in the Hunter divisions.  After graduating with a BA in Psychology from Skidmore College, Courtney and her husband, Rob Boyd started Court Lin Frae Stables.   Courtney’s students range from beginner pony riders, junior and adult hunter and jumper riders, up to students competing at the Grand Prix level. Court Lin Frae Stables travels to competitions from its home base in Wellington, Florida to the Midwest and throughout the East coast.

Courtney Billings


Courtney graduated from Centenary University in 2014 with a Bachelors of Science in Equine Studies. While at Centenary Courtney was an active member of the IHSA team as well as a work study student in the barn and an equine tour guide. While in school Courtney took a working student position during the summer that allowed her to learn and expand her barn management skills. Courtney came to work for Court Lin Frae as a groom in the summer of 2013. After the summer Courtney returned to Centenary to finish her last semester before returning to Court Lin Frae as our barn manager. 

Shelby Young


Shelby graduated from Delaware Valley University in 2017 with a bachelors of science in Equine Business Management. At DelVal Shelby was an IHSA and IDA member, and a student worker at the equestrian center. She received multiple internships through DelVal and participated in the study abroad program with Hartpury College in England which allowed her to gain more experience in the industry. Shelby began working for Court Lin Frae as a groom in the summer of 2016 and returned in 2017 after graduating.