Haley Schoolfield enters her second year as assistant coach for the TCU Equestrian team, after joining the coaching staff in October 2007. Schoolfield is in charge of training the team's English division, an area in which she has lengthy experience.
Outside of TCU Equestrian, Schoolfield currently works for Bridlewood Stables and Equestrian Center in Flower Mound as a Hunter/Jumper trainer. Through the years, Schoolfield has trained with some of the industry greats including Peter Pletcher, Ginger Black and Ann Kurszinski.
Prior to joining the Horned Frog Equestrian coaching staff, Schoolfield lived in the Houston area where she worked for Travelers Insurance handling Environmental Liability Claims. Schoolfield also worked for Sienna Stables in Houston as the Senior Hunter/Jumper trainer. While working for Sienna, she continued to compete on the "A" show level and has won numerous local, state and national awards, including a Perpetual Award for the Low Hunter Division in 2007.
At Texas A&M, Schoolfield was a member of their Equestrian team from 1999-2002. Competing in the English division, she won the Open Flat at the California Spring Classic in 2001. Schoolfield was the team captain her senior year, and as a junior was nominated to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the spring semester.
Outside of collegiate competition, Schoolfield won the 2000 SJHJA championship in Adult Hunter, Adult Equitation, and Schooling Hunter.
A native of Willis, Texas, and a 2002 graduate of Texas A&M, Schoolfield received a Bachelor's degree in Agricultural Development with an Animal Science Emphasis.
Haley Schoolfield married Clay Schoolfield in December 2008.