Welcome to Heart of Texas Vaulters!

In the enchanting world where grace meets horsepower, where strength and finesse fuse in a mesmerizing dance, there exists a sport as old as time itself, yet as contemporary as a work of art. Welcome to the realm of horse vaulting, where human and equine partners embark on an awe-inspiring journey, harmonizing athleticism, trust, and sheer poetry in motion.

About Us

Welcome to the heart of equestrian artistry and athleticism at the South-Central Texas Horse Vaulting Club. Heart of Texas Vaulters is an EVUSA registered vaulting club, working with individuals 5 years of age to adults of any age. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been training for years, we have something to offer.


Our club is more than just a training ground; it's a community of passionate individuals who share a profound love for horses and a desire to push the boundaries of what's possible in equestrian sports. At Heart of Texas Vaulters, we pride ourselves on fostering a nurturing and inclusive environment. We welcome vaulters of all ages and skill levels, from beginners taking their first steps on horseback to seasoned athletes striving for excellence on the international stage. Our dedicated coaches and experienced horses provide the support and inspiration needed for each vaulter to reach their full potential.


Our mission is not only to develop equestrian athletes but also to instill valuable life skills such as teamwork, discipline, and self-confidence. Through the art of horse vaulting, we aim to create well-rounded individuals who are not only skilled riders but also compassionate and responsible caretakers of these magnificent creatures.


At Heart of Texas Vaulters we cherish the natural beauty of our surroundings and take pride in our commitment to the welfare of our equine partners. We are dedicated to the highest standards of horse care and training, ensuring that our horses are not only skilled in their role but also happy and healthy.


Whether you're a rider, a parent, or an enthusiast, we invite you to join us on this remarkable journey into the world of horse vaulting. Come, be a part of our vibrant club, and experience the magic of this ancient sport that continues to evolve and captivate hearts all over the world. Together, we'll leap, spin, and soar into the future, all while keeping the spirit of tradition alive in the saddle. Welcome to Heart of Texas Vaulters – where dreams take flight and riders become stars!


Meet The Team!

Charity Fox (Club Owner & Lunger) and Storm

First and foremost, I am a single mother to a very talented and beautiful daughter! She has been in competitive gymnastics now for over 6 years. She has also ridden horses since she was old enough to ride. Going the route of vaulting just seemed to be a natural fit for us with the horses just sitting here and not having a specific job. After researching it a couple years and not really coming across much in the area, I finally found Rosie, who is our main person here in Texas with the National Vaulting Association, out of Austin.  With the help of Rosie, I was able to officially launch our club in January 2023!  I am dedicated to the growth of our club and continually seek educational opportunities to learn more and grow as a vaulting club owner. 

As for me, I am a serial entrepreneur! I love building my own businesses! Besides running Heart of Texas Vaulters, I also own a life and health insurance business as an independent agent, and a photography business. Horses, travel, photography, and fitness are my passions along with my insurance business.


Storm is our main vaulting horse at the moment and my heart horse. I have owned her since she was 2 years old, and she is now about 14 years old. She is on the smaller side for a vaulting horse, but she loves her job and is great with the kids! In March of 2023, Storm unfortunately lost her right eye. However, she never skipped a beat in being an amazing vaulting horse and continues to do her job without fault. 


Caroline Shubert (Coach)

I’m born and raised in San Antonio, TX, with a brief intermission to be up in Lubbock getting my Music Education Degree from Texas Tech University. I’ve been vaulting for 10 years with a couple breaks here and there, competing bronze level and CVI 1* all over the country. I’ve had the pleasure to work with several individuals and learn the art of training vaulting horses as well as being a high level vaulter myself.

Outside of vaulting, I own an off the track thoroughbred and we compete in the show jumper ring! By trade I’m a band director and love anything to do with music or dancing. You can find me two stepping or west coach swing dancing several nights a week! I’m super excited to share the love of horses and vaulting with the next generation!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is horse vaulting dangerous?

Vaulting is not only the safest of the equestrian sports, it is documented safer than riding bicycles, playing on playground equipment, and even playing soccer. Vaulting is done on a 15ft lunge line with a lunger in control at all times. 

What ages do you teach?

We teach all ages from 5 years old to adults. 

What days do you hold practice?

Right now practices are on Sundays 2pm-4pm. Leading up to competitions we will possibly do extra practices on Thursday evenings. 

What do you wear?

For practices, we ask that you wear tightly fitting workout attire and either dance/vaulting shoes or light tennis shoes. For competition, you will wear a black unitard with black dance/vaulting shoes for compulsories and then a unitard of your choice for freestyle routines. 

Do you compete?

Yes! Right now we have two events in Texas each year. In the future, we will be traveling to out-of-state competitions such as Colorado or New Mexico. 

What is the cost?

Our practices are $55 for each lesson or $200 for the month based on 4 Sundays in the month. If there is an extra Sunday that month it will be $250. When we have extra practices leading up to competitions, those will be $40 per lesson for riders competing. There are additional cost for competition fees. 


“The coaches are super encouraging and welcoming.”

— Christi