We hold regular clinics at a number of excellent venues. Our trainers include: Bruce Haskell, Warren Lamperd, Lisa Oram, Jamie Wright and Emily Chomicz.
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Bruce is originally from New Zealand and is an International Event Rider, having competed up to 4*. He is the owner of Aston Stud and President of Eventing Riders Association International. Bruce is a popular camp instructor with experience coaching for British Eventing Grassroots Riders as well as producing his own horses from youngsters up to top level.
Warren Lamperd is an Aussie through-and-through, but has been in the UK for about fifteen years – arriving as a rider for World and Olympic champion, Sir Mark Todd. Warren has competed in high level dressage, show jumping and eventing on a worldwide scale. Warren completed Burghley in 2015 on his horse Silvia in her 4* debut.
As well as his UKCC Level 3 coaching qualifications for British Showjumping and British Eventing, Warren has a Masters Degree in Coaching Science and a Bachelors Degree in Agricultural Science. He is currently undertaking the BEF UKCC Level IV qualification through British Showjumping.
Lisa offers training for horses and riders for leisure, competition and exams. She is happy to help novice and nervous riders. She also offer freelance clipping and run the new BHS Essential Horse Knowledge Certificate courses. Lisa has achieved her BHS Intermediate Teaching, Intermediate Stable Manager and BHSAI and has 35 years experience. Lisa has worked as a professional groom for affiliated show jumping and event riders. She competed up to BE novice level in her 20's, then for many years competed successfully at unaffiliated eventing and on many riding club teams at qualifiers and championships for WBRC.
Having taken an interest in horses as a teenager, Jamie was able to take his BHS AI as an eager 18 year old and then for the next 15 years was lucky enough to travel around the world working for many international riders from Europe, North and South America and New Zealand, constantly being inspired and learning along the way.
Eventually it became time to settle down and he started to teach and ride freelance, mainly working with young or difficult horses. He has been very fortunate to ride for some very supportive owners and has a great selection of clients that he enjoys teaching.
During the 2015 event season Jamie competed to FEI** and advanced level and achieved a lifetime's ambition to ride at the British Championships around the advanced course at Gatcombe. He also has some very exciting youngsters who started their careers in 2016.
Jamie tries to give something back to our sport so he has become a trainee dressage judge and qualified as an Accredited British Eventing Coach.
Emily is a UKCC and BHS Accredited Professional Coach. She currently competes successfully in Grassroots British Eventing and British Dressage up to Medium Level. Emily has had a range of experiences being on both the competing and official side of competition. Whilst an undergraduate, she represented her university in International Showjumping in France and placed Reserve Champion in the British Universities and College Sport Equestrian Championships where rider have five minutes to warm up an unfamiliar horse and jump round courses ending at 1.20m and ride a freestyle dressage test at Advanced Medium.
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