Jennifer is a highly experienced and respected instructor who trained at the internationally renowned Cadre Noir in Saumur, France.
A former Chief Examiner for the British Horse Society and Chef d’equipe of International Show Jumping Pony and Horse teams and a current BSJA Judge and former Course Builder, Jennifer has a wealth of knowledge to share.
Jennifer herself has competed at National and International level in Show Jumping and Dressage. Some of her pupils successes include: Gold Medal Junior British Show Jumping Team, Leading girl at Wembley International Show, Gold Medal Junior SJ team Scotland. Member Young Riders Nations Cup team France Numerous Young Rider and Junior appearances for the British Show Jumping team and selection for the Young Riders European Team. Jennifer has also trained riders to represent their country in Dressage and Eventing.
Drew has competed at a National and International level Show Jumping and has also represented his country on Eventing teams as a junior. He has won medals for his country on Junior and Young Rider Show Jumping teams competed and won many prizes at the Horse of the Year Show and The Royal International.
Drew is currently competing and producing horses for 1.40m national classes, and is available for coaching, clinics, and private lessons. His pupils are currently competing successfully on international teams. In addition, he has local riders both junior and adult that he advises and trains at local and national level.
Drew is also training Eventing and Dressage riders through to regional finals.
Clare has competed at a National level with show ponies, working hunters, dressage horses and qualified novice show jumpers through to regional finals. She has won many prizes at the Ponies UK finals, National Pony Society finals, top county shows and the British Dressage regional finals.
Clare has produced many young horses and ponies to a very high standard. She specialises in teaching adult riders who wish to improve and develop their skills but lack the confidence to do so. Clare also specialises in teaching and training foreign students who are studying English at the same time as developing their dressage ability.
Frequently Asked Questions
For insurance purposes you child has to be 5 years old.
We accommodate from absolute beginners to advanced riders.
Riding lessons take place on afternoons, evenings and Saturdays.
Yes we do. We will discuss with you in advance what your riding level is and agree on an appropriate lesson programme.
No, you can ride on a pay as you go basis.