our team

Listed below from left to right

Listed below from left to right

Woody Boley, Trainer

Woody Boley was born to be a horseman. With more than 30 years of dedication to the sport, Woody has trained with and been mentored by the world's most accomplished riders, including Chef d'Equippe of the USET George Morris, Olympic Gold Medalist Joe Fargis, and Olympian Anne Kursinski.  Woody has extensive experience developing and training hunters and jumpers alike. His teaching methods have consistently produced exceptional results for owners, riders and students, earning top honors at The Winter Equestrian Festival, The Hampton Classic, Old Salem Farm, Lake Placid Horse Show and The American Gold Cup among many others.

Cyrene Loveland, Trainer

kerry Maloy, office manager

Kerry started at Wölffer Estate in 2015 as a server and quickly became involved in the Stables side of the company, being hired in 2016 as the office manager. Having over 25 years of experience as a corporate executive in commercial real estate, project management, and purchasing, Kerry loves handling the day-to-day efforts of the Stables and helping grow the brand by being involved at both locations. You can often find Kerry spilling her wine knowledge to our guests at the Tasting Room, coordinating schedules for our horses, or travelling to visit one of her three children.


harriet deleyer, Trainer

Harriet has been training all levels of riders for the past 35 years with great success. She has started riders in the short stirrup divisions and helped them grow into riders that compete in the Children's Hunters, Equitation and Jumpers. She also teaches adults and works with young horses.

Ben Tula, Barn Manager

Ben Tula began riding horses at his father’s countryside Buenos Aires farm at the age of 3. Since then, he has trained in showjumping and dressage around the world with renown Olympic riders such as Nelson Pessoa, Joe Fargis, and Jody Hartstone, has competed in eventing and showjumping, and trained and managed barns in South America, Europe, and New Zealand. In 2013, Ben moved to the US and has been managing show barns at the most recognized horse shows along the the East Coast and Florida at both national and FEI competitions emphasizing on top quality horse care and training.