Patti Flanagan – President
Patti is a native New Mexican with family ties to Corrales for over 25 years. She recently moved to Corrales and has two horses. She retired from the Albuquerque Police Department and learned horse massage through a 60-hour horse massage course. She started her equine massage business which expanded into barn maintenance and horse/pet sitting. Patti believes in Corrales and sees it as an amazing village with character and much of that is in thanks to the horses in our community. Patti has previously helped with recreation rides and parades. She believes in supporting the village, its history and traditions. She is active in Corrales helping at the Harvest festival, Starlight parade and is a member of the Corrales Tractor Club.
Jody Irick – Vice President
Jody Irick has been a resident of Corrales since 1979 and a horse owner since she was 13 years old, and a rider of all disciplines, though now just preferring pleasure riding on the many trails in the area. I hope that by serving on the CHAMP board we may continue to maintain our rural heritage with equines in the village, and actively engage with other recreational users to cooperate and keep the trails open to all.
Anne Gibbons – Secretary
Anne Gibbons is a native of California and has lived in several states as well as in England. She and her husband Cliff along with their son Mark moved to New Mexico from Georgia for work reasons. They located to Corrales over two years ago and are in the process of setting up the property for horses. Anne works as a nurse supervisor for UNM Hospital in the outpatient women’s health and recently completed her Master’s degree in Nursing Administration. When not working, she enjoys riding horses, hanging around horses or going to horse events. Her interests include gardening, reading, various fiber arts, taking care of her chickens, ducks and turkeys along with walking the dogs along the Bosque.
Sally Mayeux – Treasurer
Sally moved to Corrales in 1992, left for 15 years, and moved back in 2015 with her 4 horses. She has ridden most of her life, and now enjoys riding the trails in Corrales. She is a retired CPA, and was elected treasurer of C.H.A.M.P. in March 2020. She is involved with C.H.A.M.P. for its role in maintaining a horse-friendly environment and recreational trails and activities in Corrales.