Evan Coluccio’s life has been immersed in the equine industry since he was born. At a young age, one could always find Evan achieving excellence in the show ring. From 1994-2005, some of Evan’s career highlights included winning the 1994 USEF Pony Finals Championship, over 15 Championships titles at the Major Indoor Finals, and several Junior Jumper Championships both nationally and internationally. He was able to accomplish these feats under the guidance of his parents, Allyson & Robert Coluccio. He also had the opportunity to learn from trainers like Katie & Henri Prudent, Mclain Ward, Bobby Braswell, Andre Dignelli, Missy Clark, George Morris, Don Stewart, Lynn Little, Sue Ashe, Bill Schaub, Mark Leone, Aaron Vale, Todd Minikus and Eddie Horowitz and many others. 

After such an illustrious junior career, his success only continued as he transitioned into the professional world. As a trainer, Evan trained multiple Equitation Finals Winners and Junior/ Amateur Hunter/Jumper Champions and brought many young riders to Grand Prix success. He also trained 4 USEF Pony Finals Champions as well as Grand and Reserve Grand Champions and became the youngest professional to do so. 

In 2014, Evan became a Rider and Trainer for the renowned Lane Change Farm. One of the most successful Hunter Show and Sales stables in the country, Evan helped ride and train many of the top hunter mounts for Lane Change. He even had the opportunity to show some of these talented horses. With his top mounts, "Fabled" and "Why", he was able to collect many top honors like Winner of the $35,000 International Derby at Genessee Country Village & Museum and 2nd in the $30,000 Country Heir International Hunter Derby. 
 
Now focusing on his new endeavor, Evan has opened the doors of EMC International, A full-service sales stables dedicated to producing and selling top equine athletes in the sport. Evan has already had much success in regards to horse sales and is currently developing his string of talented horses.