Ingenium Farm is a competition-oriented show stable geared to the serious hunter/jumper/equitation rider seeking improvement in show skills and horsemanship. Ingenium Farm is run by trainer, Tasha Visokay, and caters to all levels of competition. We attend a large range of A rated shows throughout the show season as well as some local shows.
Ingenium Farm offers a holistic approach, integrating horse and rider's individualistic aptitude into a seamless, complementary partnership. Ingenium Farm takes pride in giving the best care to your horses so they can reach their full potential while keeping them healthy and happy. Come visit us and see for yourself!
Tasha has 34 years of experience riding, training and caring for horses and their riders. After a successful career as a junior rider and working student from the age of 12 through 18, she began her professional career as assistant trainer at Twin Lakes Farm, Bronxville, NY in 1993 while also attending college full time. Tasha graduated from Barnard College, New York, NY where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Afterwards, Tasha’s passion for horses took front stage and she joined Heritage Farm in Katonah, NY. At Heritage Farm she co-trained many riders and horses to successful qualifications at the top three national equitation championships.
In 1999, Tasha moved to California to accept a position as assistant trainer for Acres West in Calabasas, CA. During her time at Acres West she helped bring several young hunter prospects that went on to win top honors at the year-end national final indoor horse shows and co-trained the 2000 winner of the USEF Talent Search Finals West. In 2004, Tasha worked for Mark Bone at Huntover and rode to a championship at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in 2006 and riding her own horse to USEF Reserve Horse of the Year, 6-Year-Old Jumpers.
In 2009, Tasha took a position as assistant trainer at the prestigious Karen Healy Stables, known for its top equitation riders. During this time she trained the 2009 individual silver medalist and team gold medalists and the 2012 individual gold medalist at the North American Junior and Young Rider Championship. As a rider she placed in many Grand Prix jumping events and won the $10k Welcome Stake at the LA International Jumping Festival in 2013.
In 2016 Tasha opened Ingenium Farm. Ingenium Farm is not only a place for clients and their horses to grow and find success in the show ring, but it's also a family. A family Tasha has proudly built from the ground up. Tasha has a natural talent as a horse trainer/rider but her ability to run a business is also one of her biggest strengths. Tasha's clients have won top ribbons at local, regional and national medal finals as well as top placings at jumper year-end award finals. She still competes at the Grand Prix level.
Owner, Head Trainer
Kilian started her equestrian career at a very young age of 3. She began riding with Fieldstone Riding Club from age 3-6 competing in the short stirrup hunter and equitation divisions. She had the opportunity to catch ride on the A circuit and decided to make the move to train under Leslie Steele. She rode with Leslie from age 6-16 where she acquired many top ten placings and championships in the hunters, jumpers, and equitation.
Some of her accomplishments include Champion of the PCHA 14 and under, Reserve Champion in the Onodarka Finals, Large Junior Hunter Finals Champion 15 & under. After several years under the supervision of Leslie Steele, Kilian decided to further her knowledge of the sport by moving to train under Karen Healey. Kilian went on to win the individual gold and team bronze medal as the anchor rider at the NAYJC in Kentucky. Kilian also went on to numerous top ten finishes in California medal finals and qualified for national finals between 2008-2012. Some of those accomplishments include Champion 17 and under equitation at Capital Challenge, 3rd place of USET Finals west, USEF Style of Riding award, USHJA Equestrian of the Year, Showjumping Hall of Fame Junior Rider Western Conference, CPHA Lifetime Junior Achievement Award, and PCHA Friendship Cup. After her junior career, Kilian was asked to work for Georgy Maskery-Segesman as her rider for all sale horses between 2013-2015. She went on to multiple top 10 finishes in the local California Grand Prix. She also competed up to the 1.45-1.50 level at Spruce Meadows and was invited to compete in the 1.45-1.50 at the Longines Los Angeles Masters.
Kilian now works along side Tasha Visokay at Ingenium Farm.
Calleana's equestrian journey began at the age of 5. She started riding in the 4-H and ETI corral in Thousand Oaks where she learned horsemanship skills and competed in all events including, western, dressage, eventing, hunters and jumpers.
Calleana graduated from Thousand Oaks High School and went to work for Tri-Valley Equine Clinic, a large animal veterinary practice (primarily equine) in Ventura County for 11 years.
Afterwards, she worked on her own ranch full-time, breeding, raising, training, showing and selling horses. During this time she gained valuable knowledge managing and caring for the horses on her own and riding with multiple trainers.
In 2016, Calleana joined Ingenium Farm, where she brings her passion and dedication to the horses and riders she gets to work with on a daily basis.
Assistant Trainer, Barn Manager
Luis started working with horses in 2002. His career as a groom began with Karen Healey at Karen Healey Stables, where he worked for 13 years. During this time he went to all the A rated shows and indoor finals, grooming for Karen’s top riders. While working for Karen he spent many hours watching all her training methods, setting jumps, and taking exceptional care of the horses.
In 2016, Luis started working for Tasha, when she opened Ingenium Farm. Luis has been a key part of Ingenium Farm’s success and is an integral part of the team. He helps clients at A rated shows and spends 8 weeks at indoors during finals season. He has assisted in helping clients make it to top 25 at Harrisburg as well as winning Reserve champion at Capital Challenge. His dedication always goes above and beyond expectation.
Above all his talents with horses, his smile and friendly personality will always put you in a good mood!
Ingenium Farm is moving to the newly built facility at QofE Farm in Santa Rosa Valley, California.
Each stall is 12x12ft and equipped with a camera so your horse gets the best care possible 24/7. Each stall also has automatic water bowls and automatic feeders.
The out door ring is 200x300ft and has GGT footing. The ring is watered and drained using an irrigation system below the footing. Days are not missed riding even when it rains due to this state of the art irrigation system.
The property has a EuroSizer to keep your horse in top shape. There is astroturf below the footing so your horse wont take a bad step. There is also a camera installed, which plays on a screen in the grooming area, so the grooms can always keep an eye on your horse.
We also have a VitaFloor so your horse can relax and enjoy daily therapy sessions.