The Brand

Amanda Kile

Amanda Webb


"Chaos Coordinator"

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Director of Operations

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Known to many as the “A-Team”, the Amanda’s share the same die-hard commitment for the equine industry. These partners-in-crime met during their undergrad years at Texas A&M. In addition to building the NavaRio brand, they are dedicated to the Brazos County Equestrian  4-H Club as coaches and club managers. As products of their horse crazed love from a young age, they want to share their passion with fellow equestrians and help them succeed in achieving their goals.

Amanda Driewer’s life long passion has always been to share her knowledge and love of horses with others. Although she didn’t grow up in a “horsey” family, that didn’t stop her from chasing her dreams. Participating in her local riding clubs and 4-H, drove her to constantly raise the bar.

Amanda graduated from Texas A&M (‘15) with a degree from the Biological Agricultural Engineering Department. As a member of the Texas A&M Horse Judging Team, she gained valuable experience and expanded her professional network within the Brazos Valley area.

During her senior year Amanda decided to volunteer with the Brazos County 4-H Equestrian Club and shortly after became the head coach for the horse judging team. Dedicating herself to the team, she wanted to create more opportunities for youth in the community.

What started as a small, private practice for her team grew into what is now an annual event hosting, 100+ contestants with some driving over 200 miles to attend. This has led to new opportunities for NavaRio throughout the state with the Ranch Horse Show Series being the biggest achievement to date.

Her passion for the equine industry and community is the driving force behind NavaRio Productions.

Growing up listening to her Paw-Paw’s stories about his cowboy days, Amanda Vincent has always had a passion for horses and agriculture. Involving herself with her local equine community at a young age, she gained invaluable experience as a barn manager, riding instructor, and competitor.

Amanda graduated Texas A&M (‘16) with a double B.S. in Animal Science and Poultry Science which led her to gain the title of Feed Safety/Quality Assurance Manager at feed mill. Her enthusiasm for horses coupled with her vast knowledge makes her a jack of all trades and a leading force in the industry. 

Amanda became involved with the Equestrian Club in January of 2016 and quickly made herself an integral part of the team. This is where the legendary A-Team was born. From coaching horse judging, to starting the club’s first ever Hippology Team, hosting team events, and organizing meetings she can do it all! 

In December of 2019 she was voted into the Brazos Extension Horse Committee. The committee is dedicated to supporting equine industry growth and education in Brazos County.

For every NavaRio event Amanda has always been rock solid. Her marketing skills have been essential to the development of our brand and is always a friendly face at the registration table. Having helped conceptualize the dream that is NavaRio, Amanda has been through every step of the process.

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Lonna Holland

Amanda Baxter

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Operations cooridinator
"Amanda #3"

Director of show Administration

Lonna Holland is from Porter, TX where she grew up judging and showing in FFA and 4-H. She attended Sam Houston State University for both her bachelor’s and master’s degree in animal science with a minor in equine science. During her undergraduate studies she was a member of the 2016-2017 Horse Judging Team and Vice President of SHSU Horsemen’s Association. While pursuing her master’s degree, Lonna began coaching the SHSU Horse Judging Team and coordinated the annual Area FFA Horse Judging Contest.

She has judged several 4-H county and open horse shows and served as an official for 4-H/FFA judging contests as well. She has also scribed at numerous shows including the NCEA Championships in Waco and doesn’t pass up an opportunity to learn from seasoned judges in the industry.

Lonna enjoys being involved with local 4-H horse clubs, youth judging teams and teaching clinics to help individuals better understand class rules and how to evaluate them. 

Amanda Baxter is from College Station, TX where she grew up judging and showing horses through 4-H. When she was a senior on the team, Amanda Driewer became her coach. Amanda went on to graduate from Texas A&M University in 2021 with a degree in Animal Science. She is currently working on a Masters of Agriculture in Animal Science at TAMU and will graduate in May of 2023.

During Amanda’s time in her undergrad, she was involved with the Texas A&M Horsemen’s Association where she was reconnected with the Amanda’s when Driewer came to speak about NavaRio. From then on, she was hooked and started to volunteer at the shows. In the Fall of 2020, she applied for the NavaRio Internship, was accepted, and then in 2021 was offered a staff position. 

Amanda has enjoyed learning a lot about what it takes to run a show and the many different roles there are. She has been a runner, ring steward, announcer, scribe, and “substitute Lonna”. She is an essential part of the NavaRio Team with her "can do" spirit. Amanda is loving this experience and excited to continue to learn!

Honorable Mentions

River Kile

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Collin Webb

tractor Man

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Official Greeter


At the end of the day, it takes a village. We value everyone that has stood next to us and believed in our brand.

It's not just about the hard work of few, it is about the support and dedication of the network of horsemen and horsewomen we call, NavaRio Ranch.