Max Corcoran has been grooming at the highest level of equestrian sport for over fourteen years for some of the best riders in the world. She worked for the O’Connor Event Team (OCET) for eleven years (2001-2012), managing the barn for most of those years and traveling everywhere with Karen, including traveling to the Olympic Games (2008, 2012), World Championships (2006, 2010), Pan American Games (2003, 2007) and numerous CCI’s all over the United States and Europe. Since leaving the OCET, Max now free lances, continuing to travel around the United States and the world grooming for riders at the highest level of the sport. She most recently served as stable manager for the Canadian Team at the World Equestrian Games in 2014 and will do so again at the Pan American Games in Toronto in the summer of 2015. She also traveled to Mexico for the Central American Games for as the stable manager for the Venezuelan Team. She teaches horsemanship clinics for the USEA and the USEF Developing Rider programs, and she is on the Faculty for the Equine Management Training Center at Sandy River, an amazing new program that instructs and trains grooms. Additionally, Max is a Board Member of the Professional Riders Organization (PRO).