Paige started taking riding lessons when she was 8 years old and not a day too soon. Almost immediately she fell in love with jumping. She competed for several years with success in Children's Hunters, ASPCA MaClay, AHSA Medal and Stadium Jumping on the Northeast A and AA circuits in the late 1970's.
Later, horseless, she worked horses for a sale barn and an independent owner, and then went on to college to earn Electrical and Mechanical Engineering degrees. For a few years she switched gears to superbike racing and eventually enjoyed a second place championship which led to a full sponsorship. She also discovered her love for teaching when she accepted a job as an on-track racing instructor. Eventually she found her way back home to horses. It was inevitable. Now she continues her education in applied equine biomechanics and brings her unique knowledge base to her students. A thirst for knowledge and continuous improvement makes for a dynamic educational experience for her horses and riders.