Welcome to Susan Anderson Racing

picsSusan’s racing career began at the age of 15 as an exercise rider, caretaker and showing horses at the sales at Keenland in Lexington. She moved to Dubai, where she spent almost 6 years working for HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum as an assistant trainer under Satish Seemar for over 120 horses in training. Then she was offered a training position with HH Sheikh Saeed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum as the first Licensed female trainer with over 60 horses in her care.  With both thoroughbreds and Arabian Endurance horses which were trained to compete on 100 mile Endurance races in the desert. Susan also rode and competed as a rider becoming one of the first female endurance riders in the middle east.

In 2000, she returned to the USA, purchased Point Of View Farm and opened her own public racing stable. Many winners later, the stable is now located at Turfway Park and Beltera Park.

Susan is always seeking new clients and new opportunities for success.

Inquiries 513-403-3324 are always welcome! Let her show you the path to the winner’s circle

My Story


I started riding ponies at the young age of four. I quickly got hooked and took lessons and showed jumpers by age eight. I had my own horses at age 10 and I showed and competed during all of my school years. We moved at age fifteen to the country and just happened to move down the street from a 1/2 mile training center where I begged to work for free after school and on weekends. I wanted to learn to gallop racehorses. I cleaned stalls and groomed so that I could learn to gallop. I started breezing horses by age 16 and fell in love with racing. I was hooked!

The horse trainer I worked for was a veterinarian and a trainer, Dr. Paul E. Truitt and I learned a ton from him about every aspect of racing and care taking. I worked for him for about 4 years. During the same time I also worked the sales showing yearlings at Keeneland and OBS, I also worked the two-year old training sales and breezed horses for the sales. The experiences were priceless.

I went to Virginia Intermont College to keep my father happy and took two horses to school with me and rode Hunter/jumpers but missed racing terribly. After school I got right back into racing. I so loved racing I took my trainers test at the age of 19.