Meet The Team
M. Michael Meller is a lifelong horseman who has dedicated his life to the pursuit of excellence at the highest level of the sport. He has helped find and produce some of the top horses in the sport, including Robin De Ponthual, Cazador LS, Iceman De Muze, Quilimbo, Waterloo and Carneyhaugh Manx. Meller has most recently been the mastermind behind his mission at MMM Horseman, where he is committed to partnering top young talent with some of the countries most notable show jumping athletes, such as Catherine Tyree, Matt Williams, Ali Wolff, Heather Caristo-Williams and Daisy Farish.
Dennis Sisco and Michael Meller work closely together managing QBS Equestrian and MMM Horseman. His dedication to the sport is paramount, helping to find and produce several top young horses alongside Meller. Sisco also enjoys showing a few of his horses in the jumper ring, including Juliette B, Carlo Absolut Z and his talented new mount, Vaea, who he will be showing in the Amateur Jumpers.
Kamille Marcussen has quickly made a name for herself under the tutelage of Michael Meller. Marcussen currently shows several of Meller’s young and talented mounts as a professional athlete. In addition, she currently works closely with Meller learning the ins and outs of running, managing, and bringing along a successful string of young showjumpers.
Heather Caristo-Williams is a life-long equestrian and the daughter of Glenview Stables’ Ralph and Holly Caristo. She ranks among the top Grand Prix riders in the nation and has represented the United States in international competitions, including Nations Cup events. Heather was a member of the winning Nations Cup team in Langley, BC in 2017. In addition to her accolades in Grand Prix competition, Heather is an accomplished hunter rider who has ridden to championships at the Winter Equestrian Festival and throughout the Northeast. She is continuing to help develop QBS Equestrians Dionysos De La Vigne.
Catherine Tyree is an international show jumping athlete based in Wellington, Florida. With a strong string of talented horses in her program, Cat has successfully competed at various levels across the United States and overseas. As a professional, Cat is focused on producing top results both inside and outside of the ring, and continuing to represent the United States on the world stage.
Ali Wolff is a professional equestrian based in New Albany, OH, and Wellington, FL. She began riding at the age of 5 and has competed up to the 5* level. Ali has made multiple Nations Cup appearances for the United States in Mexico, Spain, England, Sweden, Portugal, and Argentina. In addition, she has developed several young horses, including her top mount Casall who was purchased as a 7-year-old and now competes at the top level. In 2016, Ali made the transition from amateur to professional status. She is now successfully training riders and client horses and her string of horses, including MMM Horseman and Janet Balmuth’s Fahrenheit Ponthual.
Williams is one of Australia’s top show jumpers, representing Australia at three Olympic Games: Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016. He also was a part of the Australian team at the 2010 World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Lexington, Kentucky. Growing up in rural Victoria, Williams began riding horses at a young age. As a junior rider, he won the Australian Junior Jumping Title and was named the Junior Rider of the year. He later went on to be named the Young Rider of the year for jumping and moved to England to further his career. He is now based in Mexico, running his own business, and has a fantastic team of horses. Williams currently pilots QBS Equestrians Doonaveragh Balou and Fire Fly, which is also owned by QBS and MMM Horseman.
Daisy Farish is one of the country's top young show jumping athletes who quickly moved up the ranks. As a junior athlete, Farish rode with the highly acclaimed Andre Dignelli at Heritage Farm and claimed some of the most coveted equitation championships at an early age. In 2018, she won the USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals East and had already taken home victory in several top Grand Prixs at some of the countries largest venues. Farish has recently made a name for herself in the Grand Prix arenas, taking home several top-place finishings in several 4* and 5* competitions. She will be taking the reigns on Ashland Farms and QBS Equestrians 11-year-old Hanoverian gelding (Graf Top x Cronprincess), Graf Compliment.